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This is an uncommon clone of Agave demeesteriana, which is usually represented by clones with spineless leaf margins. Leaves are elegantly arching, dark-green in colour, with a light glaucous wax, marginal spines are soft and almost unharmful. It is a small sized species which will hardly exceed 60 cm in diameter.
This is a cross between two uncommon dwarf palms from eastern central Brazil. It is said to be a natural hybrid because two populations overlap in the same area. Both parents are cold-hardy palms, suitable to plant in milder parts of Europe.
Pick coconut-tasting chestnuts underwater and eat them raw! This is versatile aquatic plant domesticated in SE Asia. It starts growing when temperatures go up (in April?) and bears tufts of glossy thick leaves.