American Aloe , scientific name: Agave americana var. marginata , is an asparagaceae Department of succulent plants native to Mexico. It is a variety of the agave (ryūzetsuran) does not contain the yellow mottle grey-green. The crowding only large leaves are usually thick, sharp spines, but more than a decade to stretch of about 10 m compound cymes hundreds of blooming and fruiting after Withers.
General name: American Aloe , Scientific name: Agave americana var. marginata , Other name: American Aloe, Century Plant, Agave
, origin: Mexico living type: succulent plants (perennials) , height: 8-10 m (when the stalk is grown), plant width: 200-300 cm, Leaf: narrow lanceolate leaves with crowding and leaf quality: thick-walled in a rosette of spines, leaf edge: serrated spine of, leaf color: gray-green, leaf width: 15 cm, leaves long:1~1.5m, 1 times monocarpic, inflorescences form: compound cymes, flower color: pale yellow, stamens color: yellow-green, anther color: yellow, rose: urn-shaped, flowering time: 10 years to blossom once every 30 years and die after fruiting, stalk height: 7-10 m, reproductive medium: Bee, moth bird, bat uses: ornamental plants, food, spirits.