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Agave attenuata "Swan's Neck Agave" no spines or hooks or barbs flower in 10 years - zone 9-11

Foxtail Agave - Agave attenuata variegata offers colorful variegated foliage with leaves boldly patterned in yellow. It's slower growing than the plain-green form and can reach 4 feet tall and wide. Zones 9-11.

Agave victoriae-reginae features blunt, triangular leaves marked with white stripes. This easy-care plant is also grown as a houseplant. Zones 10-11

Agave attenuata (fox tail agave) Native to Mexico; Zones 9 to 15; height 4 to 5 feet; part shade to full sun. Agaves are known for the large spines on their leaf margins, but A. attenuata has smooth leaves, making it a safer garden choice.

Agave ovatifolia (Whale's Tongue Hardy Century Plant) a cold-hardy agave that grows to 5' wide in zones 7 to 9!

Agave gracilipes - Alamogordo - drought tolerant and frost hardy zone 6

'Desert Diamond' Agave

Agave ovatifolia - 'Whale's Tongue' agave

Agave neomexicana New Mexico Century Plant 18-24" x 24-30" wide, This is one of our most cold hardy Agave species. The main rosette of foliage is large, heavily armed with dark burgundy spines and often spouts smaller "suckers" around its base. When the plant matures sufficiently to bloom (after many years of slow growth), it sends up a huge 12-15' tall flowering spike that will attract hummingbirds from miles around. *Not recommended for fall planting in zones 5 and 6.* Zones 5-10.