Agave sebastiana

Sebastiana Agave

Plant family: Asparagaceae


Plant type: Succulent

Plant origin: N/A, Floristic Provence of Baja

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Flower Color Insignificant
Blooming Season Spring, Summer
Height 1-2 feet
Spread 1-5 feet
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Agave sebastiana, synonym Agave shawii var. sebastiana, comes from West San Benito, Natividad and Cedros Islands west of Central Baja California. It forms striking greenish blue clumps of 3-5' wide & is hardy to 20-25 Degrees needing very little water once established. The thick, succulent leaves have toothed margins and form a rosette. Tall flower stalks are produced only after about 20 years, producing stunning yellow flowers. After which the parent plant dies and is succeeded by numerous new plants called 'pups'.

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