Agave victoriae-reginae 'Lemonade'
Lemonade Queen Victoria Century Plant
Item #: 12175
Zones: 8a to 10b, guessing
Height: 12" tall
Agave victoriae-reginae 'Lemonade' is one of the finest selections of the Mexican native Queen Victoria century plant, selected and named by the late agave collector, Rick Nowakowski. The 1' tall x 18" wide solitary (non-offsetting) specimen is composed of short, rigid, green, toothless leaves, each bordered with an ultra-wide margin of bright yellow, extending all the way to the leaf tip. Although not the fastest growing century plant, the exquisite beauty of this amazing selection is worth the exercise in patience. We recommend keeping this on the dry side, especially during extended summer rains.
Leaf Color: Green
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