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Origin and Habitat: Unknown.
Description: This peculiar plant is the result of crossbreeding from Agave guadalajaranaSN|393]]SN|504]] and Agave collinaSN|504]]SN|393]] and shows some interesting intermediate features of both the parents.
Cultivation and Propagation: It is one an easy-to-grow hybrid that could well be valued and cultivated by the sophisticated agave fanciers.
Growing rate: It is a very slow-growing species.
Soil: It needs a very well-drained, soil.
Repotting: Use pot with good drainage.
Watering: Water regularly during the growing season from spring to autumn. In winter watering this plant can be done once every 1-2 months, there is no need to mist the leaves. Plants cultivated outdoors are drought tolerant and takes blasting heat and full sun.
Exposure: It do well in full sun or a lightly shaded area.
Feeding: During the beautiful season it’s good to enrich the soil using a fertilizer rich in potassium and phosphorous, but poor in nitrogen, because this chemical element doesn’t help the development of succulent plants, making them too soft and full of water.
Hardiness: Acclimated mature plants will withstand temperatures as low as – 15° C, particularly when dry but in cultivation it is best to avoid severe freezing temperatures.
Heat Tolerance: Excellent
Uses: Because of their symmetrical form these plants are very attractive when grown in pots.
Propagation: Relatively easy to propagate by suckers (if available).
Remove the basal suckers in spring or summer and let the cuttings dry for a few days before inserting in compost.
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