Agave angustifolia subsp. tequilana
This Agave forms a central rosette of glaucouse, rigid leaves. These are lanceolate and toothed, and can grows up to two metres long. After about five years of life, this Agave will sproud a six metres tall stalk, which will support an inflorescence with many clusters of small, greenish-yellow flowers.
Propagation can be done by basal suckers: remove them in spring or summer, let the cuttings dry for few days, then put them in compost.
The main pollinators of Agave tequilana is the greater lon-nosed bat.