Prime destination for succulent lovers

Browsing: Agave

Agave is a genus of succulents in the subfamily Agavoideae of the broadly circumscribed family Asparagaceae. The species are native to Mexico, southern and western United States and central and tropical South America. The name of the genus derives from the Greek word "agavos", meaning "noble".

Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.

Back to Browse Succulents by Genus.
You can also browse succulents by Scientific NameCommon NameFamilyUSDA Hardiness ZoneOrigin, or cacti by Genus.


Agave schidigera

Agave schidigera, sometimes listed as Agave filifera subsp. schidigera, is a slow-growing perennial that forms a basal rosette of thick, succulent leaves.


Agave mapisaga

Agave mapisaga is a large succulent, up to 8 feet (2.4 m) tall, with thick, gray-green leaves held in an open, sprawling rosette with few…


Agave 'Snow Glow'

Agave 'Snow Glow' is an exceptionally attractive Agave with mostly solitary rosettes slowly growing up to 2 feet (60 cm) tall and up to…

1 2 3 10