- Flower nameAgave parviflora
- Scientific nameAgave parviflora f. variegata
- Alias姫乱れ雪, アガベ 'ヒメミダレユキ'
- Place of originhigh mountains of the United States and Mexico
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering season
What is Agave parviflora
Agave parviflora (scientific name: Agave parviflora f. variegata) is a cactus and succulent plant of the family Asparagaceae, native to the high mountains of the United States and Mexico. It is small for an agave. Agave parviflora has dark green leaves with white spots and exfoliating white fibers on the leaf margins. Variegata has leaves with additional yellow spots. The flowers are seldom produced, as they bloom when there is danger to themselves and the need to produce offspring.
Common name: Agave parviflora, scientific name: Agave parviflora f. variegata, Place of origin: USA to Mexico, Plant height: 10-25 cm, Leaf shape: rosette, Leaf length: 20 cm, Leaf width: 1 cm, Leaf width: 1 cm, leaf shape: sword-shaped, leaf tip: spiny, leaf color: dark green with white spots and additional yellow spots; flower stalk length: 1-2 m; flower diameter: 1 cm; flower color: light yellow, etc.