- Flower nameAgave parryi
- Scientific nameAgave parryi
- Aliasアガベ, Agave, Agave parryi, Parry's agave, Mescal
- Place of originSouthern USA - northern Mexico
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Agave parryi
Agave parryi, Parry's agave or mescal (scientific name:Agave parryi) is native to southern USA - northern Mexico, and is an evergreen perennials and succulents of the Asparagaceae. The Japanese name is "Kicyoten". In Japan it can be seen in the greenhouse etc of the botanical garden. Leaves are grayish green and there are 5 cm spikes of black purple at the tip. The strains form a rosette, once every 10 to 15 years from the leaves, long flower stems are brought out in summer, inflorescences are extended from the tip, and many light yellow flowers bloom. The stock will die away after the fruit is formed. Roots are used as raw materials for distilled liquor mescal, leaves are used as robe material. "Genre" "Agave" is a Latin "agauos" (noble), species species "parryi" is a contribution to doctor · botanist · plant collector Charles C. "Parry".
Common name: Agave / Parry, Scientific name: Agave parryi, aka: Parry's agave, mescal, plant height: 45 to 60 cm, stock width: 60 to 90 cm, Leaf color: gray green color, flower stem length: 3 to 4 m, flower color: yellow, flowering period: flowering in June to August once every 10 to 15 years, and die after flowering.