|Scientific Name||Agave victoriae-reginae|
|Principal Common Name||Queen Victorias Agave|
|Synonym||Agave consideranti, Agave ferdinand-regis, Agave nickelsii|
|Description||Small and quite compact, the Agave victoriae-reginae is a rosette with perfect symmetry. A solitary plant even if, when cultivated, it flourishes. The green leaves with their strongly marked white borders are short ( 15-20 cms.), rigid and thick and grow close together. At the end of each leaf is a short and robust black thorn. The inflorescence takes the form of a spike, from 2 to 4 meters high, containing many paired flowers of various colors, often with shades of purple red.|
|Height Range||0 - 0|
|Spread Range||0 - 18 IN|
|Sunset Zones||10 : 11 : 12 : 13 : 15 : 16 : 17 : 21 : 22 : 23 : 24 : 25 : 26 : 27 : 28 : 29 : 30 : 31|
|USDA Zones||9a : 9b : 10a : 10b : 11 : 12|
|Leaf Texture||Fleshy : Spiny|
|Ease of Growing||Average|
|Light Preferences||Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun)|
|Watering Preferences||Drought Tolerant : Sparse|
|Outstanding Features||Drought tolerant : Form|
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