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Agave geminiflora

Twin Flowered Agave

Agave
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Plant Facts

Scientific Name Agave geminiflora
Principal Common Name Twin Flowered Agave
Common Name(s) 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.
Origin
Nativity Mexico (Nayarit)
Height Range 0 - 0
Spread Range 0 - 0
Flower Showy Y
Warning
Sunset Zones
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
Form Succulent
Flower Color Yellow tinged red
Flower Time
Months
Ease of Growing Average
Light Preferences Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun) : Light Shade
Soil Preferences Well-drained
Watering Preferences Sparse
Outstanding Features Flower : Foliage : Form

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