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    Variegated Murphy's Agave. Zone 8-10. 3'x3' (stays smaller in a container). Yellow stripes outlining blue-green center.

    Variegated agave

    Artichoke Agave parryi. 10 seeds, handsome cold hardy succulent, zones 5 to 11, great container plant

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

    Agave bovicornuta, variegated

    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.

    Head Planter

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

    Artichoke Agave - Individual plants grow slowly to 2' tall by 3' wide. This is one of the cold hardiest of the agaves and will grow in drier areas of Zones 5-11. Propagate by seed or removing offshoots from the base in spring.

    Geranium maderense ( pink) Plectranthus zuluensis ( ground) & Echium webbii. All drought tolerant .

    I love this combination! The red Leucadendron, possibly 'Winter Red' and the Phormium really pop among the greens and blues of the agave, aloes, and palms.

    Daphne Sweet Daphne odora | Needs morning sun and protection from cold wind - moist, cool soil, well drained and slightly acidic. Susceptible to viruses - water with Yates Anti Rot.


    Clematis against orange wall. I love this color combination! I have orange walls with white wainscoat and this is what I will frame for the walls- black frame, white mat, & purple clematis

    Potager du Roi, Versailles, France

    Mediterranean/Dry garden w/succulents. Use of richly colored hard scape (wall).