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Agave Victoriae-Reginae Huntington Botanical Gardens San Marino, CA

Mammillaria perezdelarosae v. andersonii ON OWN ROOTS rare cactus plant 10/10 | eBay

Mammillaria perezdelarosae v. andersonii ON OWN ROOTS rare cactus plant 10/10 | eBay

Agave celsii

Agaves identified and labeled by photographer and succulent book author Debra Lee Baldwin.

Image from http://pics.davesgarden.com/pics/2011/10/05/palmbob/5168c4.jpg.

Since October is the month to be celebrating mutants and monsters, I thought I would discuss one of my favorite mutants: the variegated plants. Collecting and growing variegated plants may be a fad.

Looks like agave points.

This plant is one of the many agave species. - image by Maggie Mason

Agavaceae 'Golden Princess' aka 'Aurea Maginata' pr 'Kazo Bana'  <1 foot tall x 1-2 feet wide. Sun or shade. Low water needs.

Agavaceae 'Golden Princess' aka 'Aurea Maginata' pr 'Kazo Bana' foot tall x feet wide. Low water needs.

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