Agave palmeri displays imposing rosettes of 4′, blue-gray, leathery, succulent leaves. This largest U.S. Agave species exhibits red-tipped teeth on the leaf margins.
An easy care, drought tolerant plant that is great in landscapes and containers or can adapt as a houseplant. Provide a well drained soil away from reflected heat. Once established, water infrequently during the hot season.
Be careful when handling this plant! Agave palmeri has extremely sharp leaf tips!