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Agave filifera var. schidigera has green leaves marked with silver-white and with curling threads along the leaf edges.
A handsome agave with bluish green leaves striped with a mid green central band.
Narrow, emerald green, spineless leaves give this agave a different look than other species.
Rich green leaves with silver teeth!
Agave havardiana is a very cold hardy cactus to zone 5 with broad, impressive bluish leaves forming imposing and impressive rosettes.
Agave isthmensis is a small colony-forming species with amazing, greyish blue rosettes of foliage w/ rippled edges resembling molten wax.
Agave macroacantha is a beautiful medium-sized century plant with numerous bluish grey leaves each tipped with a bold black spine.
This distinctive blue agave has beautiful markings on the foliage like Baccarat crystal.
Agave multifilifera is related to A. filifera and also has chalky white markings on the leaves but with more curling white hairs on the leaf edges.
A unique agave with a light green central stripe. Great for container culture.
Agave palmeri is the largest species native to the United States with blue-green, lance-shaped leaves.
Agave parryi 'Cream Spike' is a spectacular succulent displaying blue-green leaves surrounded by a dramatic creamy-white margin.
Agave 'J.C. Raultston' has a particularly beautiful form of wide, bluish grey, succulent leaves and greater tolerance of wet winters.
Agave parryi var. huachucensis is a dramatic form with bluish-grey succulent leaves held in tight artichoke-like rosettes.
Agave parryi var. truncata is a dramatic, bluish-grey succulent with tight artichoke-like rosettes and shorter leaves than other forms.
Agave parryi 'Lime Streak' is a rare variegated form with bluish green leaves with light green edges.
Agave parviflora var. flexiflora is a small, solitary agave dark green leaves marked with silver-white and with curling threads or filifers along the leaf edges.
Agave potatorum has blue-green leaves a tight, round rosette with cinnamon brown marginal and terminal spines.