NEW !- Olive-green leaves, finely asperous, with a broad paler band running down the center. Native to an arid calcareous region in Teuhuacan, Puebla, at 1650-1950 m elevation. Slow growing, attaining 50-80 cm in diameter. It will stay smaller in pots.
Agave triangularis has olive-green leaves, finely asperous, with a broad paler band running down the center. It is native to arid calcareous areas in Puebla and Oaxaca, in Mexico, at 1650 to 1950 m elevation. It is a slow growing Agave, eventually attaining 50-80 cm in diameter. It stays small forever if kept in a small container. It is hardy to about -6 C (21 F).
|Minimum winter temperature||-5 ºC to 0 ºC|