|Scientific Name||Agave geminiflora|
|Principal Common Name||Twin Flowered Agave|
|Synonym||Dracaena boscii, Bonapartea juncea,Yucca boscii,Agave angust|
|Description||Agave geminiflora is a single, short-stemmed plant that forms dense, symmetrical rosettes of narrow, dark green leaves. The long, skinny leaves measure 2 feet long and 3/8 inch across. They are toothless along the margin, however, they may have fine, white marginal fibers.|
|General Comments||The species name geminiflora comes from the Latin for "twin flowered", and refers to the fact the flowers are grouped 2 per bracts, along the spike.|
|Height Range||0 - 0|
|Spread Range||0 - 0|
|USDA Zones||8b : 9a : 9b : 10a : 10b : 11|
|Leaf Color||Medium Green : White fiber margins that peel and curl|
|Leaf Texture||Coarse : Spiky : Stiff : Sword-like : Thick|
|Flower Color||Yellow tinged red|
|Ease of Growing||Average|
|Light Preferences||Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun) : Light Shade|
|Outstanding Features||Flower : Foliage : Form|
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