Grow Unusual and Exotic Succulent Plants from Seeds

Grow Unusual and Exotic Succulent Plants from Seeds

Succulent seeds from world wide.

Z1765 Foxtail Agave ( Agave attenuata )

So named for it is arching pendant brush of flowers. Most
widespread with landscapers and builders. Has rosettes of 6 to
15 leaves on a stem as much as Three ft. tall. The huge inexperienced, spineless
leaves with white rings are as much as 28 inches lengthy.
Zone 9b and above.

3673 Faucaria Species Combine

Faucaria is a genus of succulent subtropical flowering crops of the household Aizoaceae. The title comes from the Latin phrase fauces (“animal mouth”) due to the looks of leaves.
Faucarias kind clumps of stemless rosettes. They’re small crops, as much as Three inches in diameter, thick triangular or semi-circular leaves, gentle inexperienced in colour, turning purple within the occasion of robust sunshine.

The assorted species make glorious pot topics and have been cultivated in Europe for over 300 years.
Faucaria species are native to the Cape Province of South Africa and the Karoo Desert.
They bloom for a number of months in in fall or the start of winter. The flowers open round noon and shut within the late afternoon. They usually don’t open if the climate is cloudy, or if they’re within the shade. Flower colour ranges from yellow to white and even pink.
Most species will take a small quantity of frost.
Combine consists of Faucaria albida, bosscheana, felina, subintegra, tigrina, tuberculosa and others, varieties differ from batch to batch.

RHM973 Goldenflower Century Plant ( Agave chrysantha )

Leaf rosette to three ft tall, and wonderful flower stalk to 20 ft tall.
The showy flowers are in dense clusters atop tall, fleshy flower stalks. The flowers and flower buds are a superb golden yellow colour with no purplish or reddish tinge. The flowers appeal to quite a few bugs. The plant dies after flowering and setting seed. The leaves are in a basal rosette and are stiff, inexperienced, linear, and taper to a pointed tip. The leaves have a stout, sharp backbone on the tip and sharp spines alongside the leaf margins. Hardy to about 24 levels.

JF926 Mescal Ceniza Agave ( Agave colorata )

A rosette-forming succulent agave from coastal northwestern Sonora. It’s extremely tolerant of drought circumstances and is most intensively coloured in full solar. A quite gradual rising ,rosette-forming plant that reaches to round 2 ft tall by almost as huge. The 5 to 7 inch huge tough textured blue-gray leaves have undulating and strongly toothed margins and there’s a white patterning on the leaf face. Matures crops blooms in spring with purple buds opening to yellow and orange flowers in a panicle on a 10 foot tall stalk. Plant in full solar with good drainage. Water sometimes. Hardy to round 18 levels.

NB44 Agave Havardiana

A good looking gray-green broad leaved agave forming rosettes round 3′ throughout with time. Just like Agave parrayi. Chilly tolerant to zone 6.

TRN800 Black Backbone Agave ( Agave macroacantha )

Some of the lovely Agaves, this medium-sized species from Oaxaca, Mexico develops a dense, very symmetrical, barely clustering rosette of stiff, powdery blue leaves to 2 ft in diameter, topped by lengthy, jet black spines.
It’s best suited to heat temperate climates the place it calls for a place in full solar on well-drained floor. It additionally makes a shocking pot plant.

Chilly hardy to 20-25°F

IP282 Whale’s Tongue Hardy Century Plant ( Agave ovatifolia )

One of many few agaves that can develop as far north as zone 6b. A real dream of a plant, this once-in-a-lifetime discover was initially found and launched to horticulture by famend Texas plantsman Lynn Lowery from Nuevo Leon, northeastern Mexico, the place it grows in a small, rugged mountain space between an astonishing 3700 and 7000 ft. Nurseryman and Agave knowledgeable Greg Starr and Jose Villarreal have just lately described it formally. Agave ovatifolia will develop right into a quite massive, solitary plant with broad, frivolously keeled, virtually unreal, powdery grayish white leaves in a dense rosette that may attain to 7 ft. throughout. In cultivation it’s properly tailored to temperate climates. Better of all is that not solely it will possibly take drought and really extreme freezes with out injury, it’s going to additionally maintain up properly in chilly and damp winters if glorious drainage is offered, outperforming most different Agave on this respect.

JF759 Palmer’s Century Plant ( Agave palmeri )

A pretty big, variable species forming a decent rosette of succulent, stiff, inexperienced leaves that may attain as much as 120 cm (50 in.) in diameter. Stemming from larger altitudes primarily in Arizona, USA and Sonora, Mexico, it prefers temperate climates and may take appreciable freezes in addition to extreme drought circumstances. It adapts properly to cultivation and is simple to maintain. For zones 7b-10.

TRM809 Butterfly Agave ( Agave potatorum )

This species comes from the mountains of Southern Mexico. A small, solitary species that types a really neat and common rosette of as much as 80 variable, grey-green to white leaves which might be almost half as huge as they’re lengthy. The leaf margins are extraordinarily undulate and armed with reddish-brown spines.
This lovely agave was appreciated by the Nahuatl Indians who referred to as it “papalometl” which means “Butterfly Agave”. The precise title “potatorum” is the generative of the Latin phrase ‘potator’ which means “of the drinkers” in reference to the usage of this plant in making alcoholic drinks.
Chilly hardy to 25 levels.

IP328 Octopus Agave ( Agave vilmoriniana )

This spectacular, massive, cliff-dwelling Agave from central western Mexico gives a focus for any backyard. Its tender, deeply keeled, gentle inexperienced to pale blue, ascending leaves are curved on the base and strongly recurved in the direction of their delicately drawn-out tip, giving the plant a daring and distinctive, considerably spidery look.
When in flower, it produces an enormous, unbranched spike that sports activities hundreds of vibrant yellow flowers, adopted by quite a few bulbils that can be utilized for propagation. Seed nevertheless is never set, particularly in cultivation. It has been widespread in gardens on the Mediterranean for at the least a century and can adapt to cultivation anyplace outdoors the humid tropics the place no extreme freezes are skilled.
A. vilmoriniana has no spines or thorns and thus is likely one of the few Agave that may be planted anyplace, with out ever turning into a hazard to beast or man alike. As well as, it’s simple and quick rising, wants hardly any upkeep and adapts completely to being grown in containers. Its leaves comprise saponin, a cleaning soap substitute, and different substances which might be believed to have medicinal properties.
Zone 9 and better outdoors, but in addition makes an amazing container plant for cooler zones if introduced in for the winter.

W242 White Stonecrop ( Sedum album )

A small however extraordinarily powerful plant for rock gardens, xeriscapes and inexperienced roofs. Not solely warmth resistant and drought tolerant, it’s reliably hardy and gives curiosity yr spherical. It’s broadly generally known as Jelly Bean Sedum, for the turning into form of its leaves.
These leaves develop shut collectively and kind a dense carpet of plant materials which spreads to cowl a good-sized space. Dainty, ethereal white flowers bloom in midsummer. Foliage persists all through the winter months, however turns purple to bronze as temperatures change into cooler.

A perennial for zones 3-9.

Sedum seeds could be sown indoors or straight outside. Indoor sowing could be completed 6-Eight weeks earlier than final frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter combine.
Pre-moisten the starter combine and sow 5-7 Stonecrop seeds per container. The seeds are exceptionally small, so solely press the bottom cowl seed into the moistened soil, and don’t cowl the seed. Preserve the seeds moist however not saturated till they germinate.
For out of doors sowing, wait till backyard soil temperatures are 70°F. Choose a website with well-draining soil. If essential amend soil with natural matter. Loosen the highest 1-2 inches of soil, take away any weeds, and gently broadcast the seeds over the soil.
Flippantly press the seeds into the soil, and preserve the seed repeatedly moist till germination. Regular germination time is 14-28 days. As a rule of thumb, 500 sedum seeds will cowl a 10 sq. foot space as a floor cowl.

IP269 Oracle ( Sedum forsterianum )

Compact stems, dense succulent grey inexperienced leaf, yellow flowers, for backyard or blended container. Glorious pot plant. Grows about 4″ tall, hardy to zone Three outdoors.

W245 Summer time Glory ( Sedum spurium )

This sedum stonecrop grows 4-6 inches excessive. The leaves tint purple within the fall and the blooms are darkish pink star-like blossoms that can develop from early July to September.
A low rising succulent plant that thrives in well-drained soil however will develop in most soil sorts. It is excellent to develop in bother areas. Deer resistant.
For zones 5-10.

SF248 Voodoo ( Sedum Spurium )

What a spectacular floor cowl plant! Sedum Voodoo will make sure to catch the eyes of everybody who passes by with its deep purple flowers and mahogany purple foliage.
It makes a dramatic show for a little bit plant, and so they simple to determine from seeds!
This hardy perennial Stonecrop Sedum shortly grows to six inches tall and spreads to 18 inches in width whereas thriving in scorching, dry soil. The one requirement is that it has good drainage and a sunny or partial shade setting.
Voodoo Sedum is ideal for edging, container plantings, stepping stones, rock gardens, and as a mass planting flowering floor cowl. Deer typically avoid Voodoo Sedum floor cowl, however butterflies find it irresistible. Sedum Spurium cultivars additionally make nice additions to rock and rooftop gardens. Zones 5-9, grows 6″ tall.

3557 Desert Rose ( Adenium obesum )

If you want to develop a beautiful houseplant requiring little or no care, you can’t go incorrect with the frequent Desert Rose plant.
This carefree succulent boasts an uncommon trunk (caudex) form coupled with bunches of gorgeous, colourful, trumpet-shaped flowers in an abundance of carmine-rose colours.
The plant makes a superb warm-weather addition to your patio, deck or panorama, and it additionally does very properly as a bonsai or houseplant.
Winter hardy to Zone 11. In colder zones, crops must be grown in containers and overwintered indoors. In containers, desert rose is finest grown in a free, sandy or gravelly, well-drained soil combine in full solar. Vegetation have glorious warmth tolerance. Apply common moisture during times of progress, however permit soils to dry between waterings. Common purposes of fertilizer in spring will assist promote flowering. Vegetation could be left outside in sunny areas in the course of the summer season. As quickly as temperatures start to dip beneath 55 levels F. in autumn, carry containers indoors to sunny however cool areas with decreased watering. Vegetation normally lose their leaves in winter and go right into a dormancy-like interval. For container crops, the very best caudex normally develops from seed-grown crops.

D9910 Aloe Kaokoensis

An exquisite, reasonably massive Aloe with pale bluish, leaves in a spreading crown, a brief, normally decumbent stem and enormous, branched inflorescences with reddish flowers fading to yellowish when opening. Aloe kaokoensis is native to the Otjihipa Mountains in northern Namibia. In cultivation it’s best suited to dry, heat temperate and a few tropical climates in USDA Zones 9 and above, however can also be simply grown in containers in cooler climates.

IP319 Mountain Aloe ( Aloe marlothii )

A shocking, massive Aloe broadly distributed in so-called bushveld vegetation South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to 6000 ft.
It grows a sturdy, solitary trunk that may attain an incredible 18 ft. The big, succulent, grayish to bluish inexperienced leaves can attain 4-5 ft lengthy and are studded with brief spines above and beneath. The previous leaves kind a dense skirt across the trunk beneath the crown. The big inflorescence holds numerous flowers that may differ from yellow to orange to purple.
In cultivation it’s a simple to develop species for the dryish, heat temperate to tropical backyard that may take drought and a few chilly with gentle freezes.

IP305 Aloe Spectabilis

This engaging aloe makes an excellent houseplant. It’s not hardy ( zone 9 outdoors ), however is definitely grown indoors yr spherical. The leaves can develop a number of ft in lenght outside however are smaller when grown inside, and are gentle gray to blue inexperienced in colour. The sides are serrated with chesnut colored enamel. The engaging flowers seem within the winter or spring.

JF718 Bottlebrush Aloe ( Aloe Spicata )

A good looking, reasonably massive Aloe that types a solitary or sparsely branched stem to six ft tall, topped by dense rosettes of spreading, inexperienced to coppery purple leaves. The inflorescences are unbranched and densely lined with yellow flowers resembling a bottlebrush. Aloe spicata normally inhabits rocky hillsides in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and northern South Africa. It’s intently associated to Aloe vryheidensis. It’s simple to develop in lots of tropical and heat temperate climates in USDA Zones 9 and above.

3581 Argyroderma ( Dwelling Stones ) Combine

Argyroderma species combine (Stone crops). Rock-like crops with pastel flowers congregatum, fissum, framesii, delaetii, pearsonii, subalbum and others.

FB143 Coral Aloe ( Aloe Striata )

A solitary succulent to about 18 inches tall by 2 ft huge with broad pale grey inexperienced leaves that modify in colour relying on quantity of daylight; in very popular areas the foliage is reddish and in cool spots they are going to be bluish-green. The flat, broad leaves maintain the branching coral-red inflorescence in the course of the late winter into early spring. Finest in well-drained sunny areas. Grows to about 2′ x 1′. Hardy to 25-30 levels F.

IP329 Karkalla ( Carpobrotus rossii )

A pretty succulent herb rising on cliffs and sand dunes in Australia within the states of Victoria and Tasmania, with triangular, blue-green leaves and showy scorching pink to purple flowers, white towards the bottom, adopted by purple, fleshy, globe-shaped fruits.
The leaves and the fruits was once eaten by the Aborigines. Carpobrotus rossii tolerates coastal and saline circumstances and robust winds and can resist average freezes. Excellent for warm-temperate climates, in USDA Zones 9 and 10, it makes an excellent and strong floor cowl even on sand and rocks.

IP318 Cheiridopsis Species Combine

Many types. Winter growers. Lovely flowers.
The genus Cheiridopsis happens over a variety stretching from southern Namibia southwards by means of the Northern Cape Province of South Africa into the northern a part of the Western Cape Province. Winter rainfall is the norm throughout the vary. Cheiridopsis is a big genus with all kinds of progress patterns.
Flowers could be white, yellow, orange, and purple. They want satisfactory water throughout their lively interval within the fall and winter. They like sandy soil and wish a number of gentle to do properly. Cheiridopsis are simply grown from seed.
Finest grown inside in containers.

Photograph: Forest Starr & Kim Starr

D9904 Pencil Tree ( Euphorbia tirucalli )

Pencil tree makes an amazing houseplant and is simple to develop. It’s a tropical plant for zones 10 or larger outdoors, however readily grows inside with vibrant gentle and requires virtually no care.
Use pencil tree as a patio plant in a container. In tropical and subtropical climates, pencil tree is used as a specimen or background plant, and in blended hedges. Pencil tree is very salt tolerant and is usually grown in gardens close to the seaside.

Pencil tree grows with single or a number of trunks which help a tangle of sunshine inexperienced, pencil thick, succulent branches with little signal of a leaf.
In heat, tropical areas, Pencil tree can attain a peak of 20-30 ft with a 6-10 ft unfold. The principle trunk and branches are woody and brownish, however the youthful branches are
inexperienced and cylindrical, wanting like so many pencils. The leaves are tiny and are shed early.
What’s normally referred to as the flower is known as a group of petal-like bracts (modified leaves). The true flowers, that are centered throughout the bracts, are inconspicuous.

All components of Euphorbia tirucalli ooze a milky sap when broken or minimize. Contact with this sap could trigger dermatitis in some folks, and within the eyes the sap may cause momentary blindness which can final for a number of days.

RLP153 Macdougals Large Century Plant ( Furcraea macdougalii )

Some of the magnificent and dramatic crops within the Agave household, this species is thought solely from a small space in Oaxaca, Mexico, the place it grows in dry scrubland with solely a brief wet season.
It types a thick, straight trunk topped by a really distinct, stiffly erect crown of succulent, thick-based, toothed, boring inexperienced leaves to 7 ft lengthy. Older crops can attain a peak of 23 ft or extra, making it the tallest of all Furcraea and Agave.
Its huge inflorescense can attain to about 25 ft tall and, like with Agave, fruiting ends the lifetime of the plant. It’s quite quick rising, tolerant of some drought and can do properly with out extra watering in all however the driest climates. It might probably take gentle frosts with out injury. Furcraea macdougalii is a a lot wanted decorative however has been quite uncommon in cultivation for lack of propagative materials.

3672 Ostrich Toes Combine ( Gibbaeum species combine )

Gibbaeums are small succulent crops that develop near the bottom (by no means larger than 200 mm), they will have brief lateral stems and a few species kind clumps. The leaves happen on the finish of branches in pairs, are thick and rounded and are unequal in form, a function that makes this genus completely different from a similar-looking vygie genus Argyroderma which has completely equal-sized leaves and happens within the Knersvlakte.
The leaves of Gibbaeum usually look velvety, as many species have tiny hairs overlaying the leaves. The flowers are solitary and are at all times pink, white or mauve however by no means yellow, which is the color of many different vygies from the Little Karoo. They flower from round July to November in response to rain. The flowers open within the afternoon and shut within the night. The fruit are dry capsules which have 6 to 9 segments. Many small, rounded seeds are present in every phase.
It’s not identified how lengthy completely different people survive however these crops could survive for extra then 20 years within the wild. Finest grown in containers inside.

IP264 Pearl Plant ( Haworthia margaritifera )

The Pearl Plant, a local of South Africa, is likely one of the largest species of Haworthia. The darkish inexperienced leaves with white tubercles will attain 6 inches throughout and Four inches tall in pots.
Haworthia margaritifera want full solar to gentle shade, heat temperatures and a well-drained soil combine. We use a soil combine consisting of two components loam to 2 components course sand. Enable the soil to dry in between waterings within the rising season.
Fertilize month-to-month with a balanced fertilizer diluted to half of the energy really helpful on the label. Within the winter months cut back watering and don’t fertilize. Repot solely when the plant has outgrown its pot. Clay pots are finest.

3657 Break up Rock Combine ( Pleiospilos species combine )

Pleiospilos is a genus of succulent flowering crops of the Aizoaceae household, native to South Africa. The title is derived from the Greek pleios “many” and spilos “spot”. The crops are also called liver plant, stone plant and mimicry plant.
A simple to develop succulent combine for containers. Consists of bolusii, dekenahi, magnipunctatus, nelii, nobilis, simulans and others, varieties differ from batch to batch.

IP252 Stonecrop ( Sedum acre )

A wonderful performing floor cowl generally generally known as Stonecrop. These floor cowl crops kind a superb, intense golden yellow carpet that can quickly unfold and fill in, providing you with floor cowl over a big space in a really brief time.
It’s so well-known and used that it has many frequent names: Goldmoss Stonecrop, Goldmoss Sedum, or Golden Carpet Stonecrop. It’s a perennial plant native to Europe but in addition naturalized in North America.
Grows properly in poor soils, sand, rock gardens, and wealthy dust, in quite a lot of gentle circumstances, however prefers principally sunny circumstances. It’s such a flexible plant. Sedum Acre Stonecrop is well-suited to be used in hanging baskets and container gardens as a trailing accent, as borders and edging within the flower backyard, or as a normal floor cowl plant.
A perennial for zones 4-8.

Sedum seeds could be sown indoors or straight outside. Indoor sowing could be completed 6-Eight weeks earlier than final frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter combine.
Pre-moisten the starter combine and sow 5-7 Stonecrop seeds per container. The seeds are exceptionally small, so solely press the bottom cowl seed into the moistened soil, and don’t cowl the seed. Preserve the seeds moist however not saturated till they germinate.
For out of doors sowing, wait till backyard soil temperatures are 70°F. Choose a website with well-draining soil. If essential amend soil with natural matter. Loosen the highest 1-2 inches of soil, take away any weeds, and gently broadcast the seeds over the soil.
Flippantly press the seeds into the soil, and preserve the seed repeatedly moist till germination. Regular germination time is 14-28 days. As a rule of thumb, 500 sedum seeds will cowl a 10 sq. foot space as a floor cowl.

TRN824 Yellow Stonecrop ( Sedum ellacombianum )

This is likely one of the most favored perennial Sedum floor covers by each householders and landscapers alike. You need to develop these for just about a upkeep free, drought proof floor cowl plant.
These crops will add distinction and wonder to any flower backyard, rock backyard, container, or planter field. They kind an expensive mound of darkish inexperienced leaves that keep engaging Three seasons of the yr. As quickly as summer season arrives, a whole bunch of sunny yellow flowers will cowl the engaging foliage. When Autumn approaches, the foliage takes on a tender pinkish hue.
For zones 4-9, grows about 4-6 inches tall.

TRN823 Oregon Stonecrop ( Sedum oreganum )

It is a versatile little perennial! Vegetation work properly in rock gardens, containers, window bins, and planters. This Sedum is usually known as Oregon Stonecrop as it’s a native within the Pacific Northwest, however it adapts to a variety of areas and may develop in zones 5 – 8.
Options succulent foliage that types little rosettes. Within the fall, the foliage can flip shades of orange or purple. The brilliant yellow flowers seem in early summer season on stems. It’s beautiful spilling over the sting of rocks, or planted alongside walkways or in-between stepping stones. Grows about 2″ tall.

SF245 Stonecrop Dragon’s Blood ( Sedum spurium )

Dragon’s Blood Sedum is an easy-to-grow herbaceous perennial floor cowl which could be grown in a container or utilized in mass plantings. Sedum floor cowl crops are exceptionally tolerant of warmth and drought and likewise tolerate to chilly and humidity.
Dragon’s Blood Sedum is a quick rising floor cowl with good purple flowers in late summer season. It’s a succulent with needle-like leaves that flip an orange-red colour in fall. Dragon’s Blood floor cowl creates a dense mat 3 – 5 inches tall that spreads shortly.
Dragon’s Blood will tolerate poor, dry soil. Low rising Sedum is used for containers, borders, edging and as a dense spreading floor cowl plant. A perennial, these crops are nice in rock gardens as they’ll develop in shallow, poor soil and carry out properly.
Dragon’s Blood seeds could be sown indoors or straight outside ( however you’ll get finest outcomes by beginning indoors and transplanting outdoors ). Indoor sowing could be completed 6 – Eight weeks earlier than final frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter combine. Pre-moisten the starter combine and sow 5 – 7 Sedum floor cowl seeds per container. The Sedum seeds are exceptionally small, so solely press the seed into the moistened soil, and don’t cowl the seed. Preserve the seeds moist however not saturated till they germinate. For out of doors sowing, wait till backyard soil temperatures are 70 levels or larger. Choose a website with well-draining soil. If essential amend soil natural matter. Loosen the highest 1 – 2 inches of soil, take away any weeds, and gently broadcast the Dragon’s Blood seeds over the soil. Flippantly press the seeds into the soil, and preserve the seed repeatedly moist till germination. Perennial rising 6″ tall, hardy for zones 3-9.

SF246 Widows Cross ( Sedum pulchellum )

Some of the lovely of the native Sedums, this succulent wildflower is closely bedecked with fluffy pink spikes of blooms from late Spring by means of early summer season.
With dark-pink tipped stamens, the flower clusters look virtually noticed. This shorter species is ideal for a naturalizing ground-cover or rock backyard.

The title Widow’s cross refers back to the form of the flower, there are 4 petals in a cross sample. Glade stonecrop is an apparent reference to its typical habitat.


Widows Cross seeds could be sown indoors or straight outside ( however you’ll get finest outcomes by beginning indoors and transplanting outdoors ). Indoor sowing could be completed 6 – Eight weeks earlier than final frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter combine. Pre-moisten the starter combine and sow 5-7 seeds per container. The seeds are exceptionally small, so solely press the seed into the moistened soil, and don’t cowl the seed. Preserve the seeds moist however not saturated till they germinate.
For out of doors sowing, wait till backyard soil temperatures are 70 levels or larger. Choose a website with well-draining soil. If essential amend soil natural matter. Loosen the highest 1 – 2 inches of soil, take away any weeds, and gently broadcast the Dragon’s Blood seeds over the soil. Flippantly press the seeds into the soil, and preserve the seed repeatedly moist till germination. Perennial rising 8″ tall, hardy for zones 5-9.

SF310 Starfish Plant ( Stapelia gigantea )

A well-liked houseplant. Pretty simple to develop and a well-known cottage windowsill plant.
These unusually ornamental succulent crops are leafless, clump-forming succulent perennials, every thick succulent stem having 4 ribs with softly toothed edges, the stems branching out on the base to kind dense clumps. The surprisingly massive white flowers are very showy certainly, being star-shaped and closely noticed with deep reddish-purple, and a few have disagreeable scent in summer season and autumn which attracts pollinators.

RLP042 Mexican Lily ( Beschorneria yuccoides )

This plant from the Agave household is present in excessive altitude pine-oak forests in central and japanese Mexico to 3500 m (11500 ft.). It grows a big, suckering rosette of sentimental, arching, keeled, blue-green leaves to 10 cm (Four in.) huge. The reddish inflorescence has a lily-like look.
A stemless rosette native to Mexico that’s associated to Yucca and Agave, reaching 5-6 ft tall. The powerful and pliable leaves are 1 to 2 ft lengthy by 2 inches huge and a gray-green colour. In summer season, the purple flower stalks rise excessive above the foliage and shows vibrant inexperienced pendulous flowers embraced by purple bracts. Plant in full solar, little water. Hardy to minus 15 levels F, the hardiest species of Beschorneria.

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