Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor
Agave lophanta quadricolor

Agave lophanta quadricolor

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Blooming Season Spring
Common Name Quadricolor century plant
Dormancy Winter
Flower Greenish-yellow flowers.
Frost Tolerance -5° C
Growth Rate Slow growth
Hardiness Zone 8 – 10
Height 12 to 18 in
Origin South texas
Scientific Name Agave lophanta quadricolor
Shape Bell-shaped
Sun Exposure Partial shade


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Agave lophanta quadricolor

This plant is shown in a 6 inch pot. You will receive a very similar plant to the one in the picture. It may or may not be blooming at the time of your purchase. The plant is shipped BARE ROOT.

Agave Lophanta Quadricolor


Cultivation: It is a relatively easy-to-grow species. Suited for light shade to full sun, but better with some shade in summer. Needs a very well-drained soil. It grows fairly fast in summer if provided with copious water but allow to dry thoroughly before watering again. During the winter months, one should only water enough to keep the leaves from shriveling.
Agave Lophantha is frost tolerant, but it is best to avoid freezing temperatures. It's too beautiful to risk not covering it on cold nights.
It does great in containers or in the ground. Plants cultivated outdoors are more drought tolerant and can take some heat and full sun.
Remove suckers to show off the beauty and form of the individual rosette.

 

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07/03/2020
Francis H.
United States United States
Beautiful variegation.

This plant looks majestic. He struggled after transplanting with a little shock but is making his way back just fine!