PLANTS OF QUEEN VICTORIA AGAVE - AGAVE VICTORIAE-REGINAE
An elegant succulent, perfect for growing in pots and gardens due to its peculiar decorative shape. As well as specimen or in rockeries together with other species.
Small succulent that grows in the form of a rosette between 30-50cm in height. Triangular, fleshy, hard and rigid dark greenleaves with white margins. They are 15-20cm long and about 6cm wide with spines at the end of the leaf. Flowers in cream-white and sometimes reddish funnel-shaped groups. It blooms once in its life and then the plant dies, usually after 5 years depending on weather conditions.
It is a species that is in danger of extinction. It has medicinal properties, is depurative, laxative and reduces cholesterol.