This Agave has a unique look because it has few very wide and thick leaves. Leaves are blue and dark edged and form a truly elegant rosette. It takes its name from where it grows: in the sacred mountain and archeologicar site of Guiengola, in Oaxaca, Mexico. There it is found on sheer cliff-faces in dense colonies, usually as solitary rosettes, while in cultivation it does sucker.
The size of this plant is now 10-15 cm diameter, with roots. We ship it bare-rooted.
|Minimum winter temperature||5 ºC to 15 ºC|