Here you can find some very special specimen size Agave victoriae-reginae. In this section will get the exact plant you see in the picture; these fantastic plants have unique markings and growth formations.
Also known as the royal Agave, visually stunning and incredibly hardy this popular variety is native to Mexico. Unlike many of its relatives, it only has spines on the very tips of its leaves.
The most unique and beautiful feature of this succulent has to be the white stripe running through each of its leaves, and these become more pronounced with age. Agave victoriae-reginae are a very slow-growing agave that can take many years to become mature. It can reach 60cm in height and spread with a stunning compact appearance. The flower spikes can reach up to 5 meters high.
Like many agaves, it will apricate feeding in the growing season.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit for resistance to pests and diseases, grows well in the UK climate.
Like most Agaves, it is best to keep as dry as possible during the winter months, primarily if grown outdoors.
Agave victoriae-reginae can survive temperatures as low as -10°C if kept dry.
All of these Agave’s are growing in 5 litre pots.
All plants sent out bare root.