Photo by R. Parker taken at Chasing Centuries 2019
Agave havardiana 'Big Bend Giant'
Big Bend Giant Havard's Century Plant
Item #: 15007
Zones: 7b to 10b, guessing
Height: 48" tall
Origin: United States
Agave havardiana 'Big Bend Giant' is an amazing strain of the southwestern native (Texas/Mexico) Agave havardiana. In the Big Bend region (Chisos Mountain Range), these amazing blue foliage plants average 4' tall x 6' wide, with some specimens reaching a startling 8' tall x 10' wide...this is not your grandmother's Agave havardiana! These plants are on average about 3x the size of the species from other parts of its range. We are of yet uncertain how the winter hardiness of these compare to other populations of the typically Zone 5a century plants.
Flower Color: Yellow/Gold
Leaf Color: Silver/Grey
Bloom Time: Summer
Container Role: Thrillers
Other: Edimentals , Drought Tolerant Plants , Pollinator Plants , North American Native Plants , Plant Delights Introductions , Rabbit Resistant Plants , Texas native plants , Tropical Looking Plants , Xeriscaping Plants , Colored Foliage , United States Native Plants , House Plants