Botanical Name: Agave americana 'Mediopicta Alba'
Common Name: White-Striped Century Plant
Type of Plant: Monocot: succulent, monocarpic
Character Evergreen

Habit of Growth:
Overall Shape Medium size succulent, pointed leaves forming a basal rosette, broad toothed leaves have a distinctive white stripe
Height 3'-4'
Spread 3'-5'
Growth Rate Moderate
Exposure Full sun, but will take very light shade
Soil Any well-draining, will take shallow soils, rocky soils, does not require amendment
Hardiness Zones 10, 12-24, H1, H2
Leaves Gray-green with wide white central stripe, large teeth on the margins & terminal spine
Flowers Large asparagus-like stalk emerges from center of plant, 15 to 25 ft tall, yellow flowers emerge from terminal end on a horizontal branching structure ; flowers when 10 or more years old. Dies after flowering
Fruit Flat disc enclosed in capsule
Seed and offsets
Distinctive striking specimen for its beautifully variegated leaves and smaller form. Focal point; dry and desert gardens, containers, on slopes, barrier planting; locate away from foot traffic
Landscape Care:
Watering Little water required when established, occasionally supplement in summer
Fertilizing None
Pruning Remove dead leaves only
Pests/Diseases Agave weevil, fungus in less than optimum conditions
Special Conditions/Other
Origin: Mexico
Family: Agavacea
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