Agave mediopicta aurea


No synonyms found for this cultivar.


Agave mediopicta aurea is a desert plant native to Southern America, Mexico.


This perennial plant, smaller than other Agaves, forms a stricking rosette of thick, gray-green leaves: they a bright yellow central stripes, and spines on their margins.


It does well from lightly shaded area (which tolerates better than other Agaves) to full sun. It needs slightly acid, well-drained sandy soil: a good amount of watering during summer will help growing, but be carefull not to overwater: anyway, it is extremely hardy to drought and heat. During winter, protect it from freezing.


This Agave can be propagated by offset, during spring or fall.


This Agave is deer resistant.

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