- Flower nameAgave franzosinii cactus
- Scientific nameAgave franzosinii cactus
- AliasMajestic Agave, Franzosinii Agave
- Place of originMexico
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What is Agave franzosinii cactus
Agave franzosinii cactus (scientific name: Agave franzosinii cactus) is a grayish-blue succulent native to Mexico and belonging tothe family Asparagaceae. It is similar to the Agave americana var. marginata. The thick, long leaves that form large rosettes are pointed and have sharp spines on the leaf margins. It takes more than 20 years for them to bloom. When flowering, it has many yellow tubular flowers that extend 12 meters to the stem.
*) The blue rhododendron (Agave americana var. marginata) is a blue-only succulent with no yellow spots on the Agave americana,Marginata) .
Common name: Agave franzosinii cactus, Scientific name: Agave franzosinii cactus, also known as Majestic Agave, Franzosinii Agave, Living type: succulent; fleshy, spiny foliage; leaf shape: sword-shaped; leaf color: light gray-blue, Leaf length: 2.5-3 m; leaf blade: radial; leaf margin: serrated with spines; Flower inflorescence: panicles; flower color: yellowish-green; flower axle length: 12 m.; flowering: once fruiting in more than 20 years (after flowering, the whole grass dies); reproduction: seed.