Agave Titanota in a clay pot
Agave Titanota, native to Mexico, Oaxaca; a medium sized agave species that forms a solitary rosette (up to 75cm diameter) when young; occasionally forms lateral offshoots; Agave Titanota matures in 10-30 years and can flower once before dying, producing yellow flowers with a stem height of 3-6m.
Winter hardy to about max -3-5C (short term and in dry soil); grown from a small plant, very beautiful strong plant, not overfertilised therefore robust & healthy (100% organic quality before quantity!), slow growing; potted in self-mixed permeable organic substrate in a clay pot; repotting only desired in 3-4 years; easy to care for, for a (very) sunny location e.g. on a roof terrace. Agaves are not "typical houseplants" - they need a lot of sun - which is not necessarily possible in the living room...; enjoy your new Agave beauty - Agave Titanota!
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