Agave victoriae-reginae

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The Queen of agaves! These Agave victoriae-reginae are offsets from a plant with medium green leaves, nice white markings, and one of the more compact forms.

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Agave victoriae-reginae plants are generally very tight, compact, ball-like rosettes topping out at about 12-18 inches in diameter. The medium green leaves are short to long triangular, usually with nice white markings on both surfaces, devoid of teeth along the edges, but with a short and vicious terminal spine. These are usually growing on limestone rock in a few, widely separated populations in Coahuila, Durango and Nuevo Leon in northern Mexico. Very slow growing.

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3 in, 6 in

1 review for Agave victoriae-reginae

  1. Daniel

    I have 5 of this clone. Really amazing plants. Largest is starting to look more and more like A. pintilla from the Mezquital Durango population. Given their compact size and strong markings, what are your thoughts on these being pintilla?

    Thanks for the great plants!

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