Agave attenuata ‘Variegata’
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Agave attenuata f. variegata
Agave attenuata ‘Variegata’ is basically same as regular Agave attenuata, except for the broad, soft, pale green leaves that are marked with yellow stripes near the margins that are different form leaf to leaf. It is far slower growing and tends to be slower to offset.
USDA hardiness zone 9a to 11b: from 20 °F (−6.7 °C) to 50 °F (+10 °C).
How to Grow and Care
Gardeners can plant Fox Tail Agave directly in the ground or in a container. Pots and planters are easy to move around gardens that have changing light conditions. When planting the Agave in the ground, homeowners should choose an area that gets plenty of sunlight.
Gardeners should make a hole about the same depth as the container the Fox Tail Agave originally came in. This keeps from shocking the plant. Once it is in the ground, gardeners should pat fill dirt lightly around the plant and water it well. The same rules apply for containers or ground plots.
Fox Tail Agave is a sturdy plant that tolerates both under and overwatering well. For optimal growth, Fox Tail Agave needs a thorough watering once a week during warm weather, particularly if it receives full sunlight… – See more at: How to Grow and Care for a Fox Tail Agave (Agave attenuata)
Garden origin (Nursery produced cultivar).
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