Agave titanota 'Genryu Kifukurin'
Genryu Kifukurin Rancho Tambor Century Plant
Item #: 8983
Zones: 9a to 10b, at least
Height: 12" tall
Native to the limestone cliffs in the Rancho Tambor area of Oaxaca, Mexico, Agave titanota 'Genryu Kifukurin' represents a rare, white-edged form of the elegant Agave titanota. The 1' tall x 18" wide clumps are edged with large papery teeth as well as a wide white border. The leaf pattern is brightest when the new growth emerges and fades somewhat during the high heat of summer.
Flower Color: Yellow/Gold
Bloom Time: Summer
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