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Agave Victoria Reginae "White Rhino"  This one goes by a few names but the commonly accepted one these days is "White Rhino". Growing relatively smaller compared to its namesake White Rhino is a slow-growing agave with rosettes 25-30cm tall and up to 40cm wide with tight-fitting tapered deep green leaves whose smooth and spineless leaf margins are edged with broad white bands and tipped with a small terminal spine. Unlike its larger relative this one needs a little more protection from the…

Agave Victoria Reginae "White Rhino" This one goes by a few names but the commonly accepted one these days is "White Rhino". Growing relatively smaller compared to its namesake White Rhino is a slow-growing agave with rosettes 25-30cm tall and up to 40cm wide with tight-fitting tapered deep green leaves whose smooth and spineless leaf margins are edged with broad white bands and tipped with a small terminal spine. Unlike its larger relative this one needs a little more protection from the…

A gorgeous blue Agave parryi var. neomexicana.

A gorgeous blue Agave parryi var.

Agave potatorum 'Desert Diamond'

Gloomy first day of June tour of some dwarf agaves

HUGEE Agave victoria reginae 'Sasanoyuki' (Miao Chuan Shih) VARIEGATED 26cm C191

HUGEE Agave victoria reginae 'Sasanoyuki' (Miao Chuan Shih) VARIEGATED 26cm C191

笹の雪錦 (Agave victoria-reginae, variegated)

笹の雪錦 (Agave victoria-reginae, variegated)

Cacti

Agave 'Ikari Raijin Nishiki' - 2016 Intercity Show

Agave 'Ikari Raijin Nishiki' - 2016 Intercity Show

Found in southeastern Coahuila state in Mexico Nickelsiae is the original and now re-established name of the plant previously known as Agave Ferdinandi-Regis and which was later subsumed into the variable Victoriae-Reginae family. It differs though from Agave Victoriae-Reginae in some pretty noticeable ways. It grows in a more open rosette fashion with fewer and larger leaves that are thicker than the standard Victoriae-Reginae and have a milky bluish tinge. Because of this more open…

Found in southeastern Coahuila state in Mexico Nickelsiae is the original and now re-established name of the plant previously known as Agave Ferdinandi-Regis and which was later subsumed into the variable Victoriae-Reginae family. It differs though from Agave Victoriae-Reginae in some pretty noticeable ways. It grows in a more open rosette fashion with fewer and larger leaves that are thicker than the standard Victoriae-Reginae and have a milky bluish tinge. Because of this more open…

AGAVE APPLANATA "CREAM SPIKE".

AGAVE APPLANATA "CREAM SPIKE".