Agave Colorata

Agave colorata (Mescal Ceniza) - This rosette-forming succulent agave from coastal northwestern Sonora, Mexico is a slowly growing ,rosette-forming plant that reaches to around 2 feet tall by nearly as wide. The 5 to 7 inch wide rough textured blue-gray leaves have undulating and strongly toothed margins and there is a white patterning on the leaf face. This plant is usually solitary and does not often send up many plants around the main rosette. When the plant matures (around 15 years) it blooms in spring with red buds opening to yellow and orange flowers in a panicle on a 10 foot tall stalk.

Winter Hardiness: 15-20° F

Category: Succulent

Family: Agavaceae (Agaves)

Origin: Mexico (North America)

Evergreen: Yes

Flower Color: Yellow

Bloomtime: Infrequent

Height: 1-3 feet

Width: 2-4 feet

Exposure: Shade

Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs

  • Agave Colorata

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    SKU: #PSA-PL-183