It’s a species of flowering plants in the Asparagaceae (Agavaceae) family. People like to call it the century plant, as it’s known to live a hundred years. This agave plant produces large leaves which grow in a rosette. Typically has gray-green leaves or blue-green leaves but some varieties have white stripes or yellow leaves.
Planting & Care
SunLight: Need bright, direct light daily
Soil: For best results, growing agave combines a mixture of sand, peat, and clay..
Water: Ensure the plant receives plenty of water throughout the spring and summer.
Fertilizer: Feed it every other week between April and September.
Temperature: I will be happy in an environment that is controlled around 77° F (25° C). In cooler areas, grow indoors at normal room temperature.