Agave geminiflora

Agave gemniflora has soft, but strongly upright narrow leaves with shredding margins. (The leaves have little white curlicues along the edges.)  Terminal spines are sharp. Looks attractive when mass-planted.

Growing conditions

Light: Coastal-full sun, inland-partial shade

Hardiness: 25 degrees fahrenheit

Maintenance considerations

Water occasionally during the heat of summer. This plant does not usually produce offsets after flowering. 

Companion plants

Narrow leaves contrast well with wide-leafed agaves, echeverias, and aeonium. 

Collections: Agave, Large Succulent Specimen Plants

Type: Unknown Type