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Plants that are adapted to surviving occasional fires, either by being able to resprout from underground organs or by possessing a bark or fibrous covering structure of the trunk that protects the growth organs of the plant from overheating.

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Acoelorraphe wrightii 'Azul' – Blue Paurotis Palm
A marvelous and rare form of of the well known Paurotis Palm or Everglades Palm with powdery blue leaves. Native to Cuba, it surprisingly is almost unknown in cultivation...
From USD 11.67 In Stock
Acoelorraphe wrightii – Everglades Palm
Not uncommon in its home in the Florida Everglades and other swampy areas throughout much of the Caribbean, this lovely palm typically grows with three or four of its slim trunks towering above the rest of the clump. Small, neat, fan-shaped leaves atop chestnut brown stems gives it an attractive app..
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Agave americana subsp. protoamericana – Century Plant
A large Agave with striking blue or pale green leaves from Texas and northern Mexico which is believed to be the ancestral form of the ubiquitous Century Plant, Agave americana. Our seeds were collected from a smaller, very pale form with banded leaves and striking red thorns. Cold hardy, drought to..
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Agave bulliana
Agave bulliana
= Prochnyanthes mexicana
A deciduous, diminutive, very lily-like plant from central western Mexico with soft, light green leaves, that formerly was in its own genus Prochnyanthes but is now placed in the genus Agave. ..
From USD 5.42 In Stock
Agave cerulata subsp. cerulata
This smaller Agave from the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico forms densely clustering rosettes to 80 cm (3 ft.) in diameter with few, bluish-gray green leaves. It is a very easy and rewarding plant to grow, tolerant of drought and some cold, and appreciates a place in full sun in any warm tempera..
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Agave cerulata subsp. cerulata
This smaller Agave from the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico forms densely clustering rosettes to 80 cm (3 ft.) in diameter with few, bluish-gray green leaves. It is a very easy and rewarding plant to grow, tolerant of drought and some cold, and appreciates a place in full sun in any warm tempera..
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Agave chrysantha 'Giant' – Giant Golden-Flowered Agave
Native to the mountains of central and southeastern Arizona and closely related to A. palmeri, Agave chrysantha grows up to altitudes of 2100 m (6900 ft.). It is easy to grow, hardy to heat, drought and extreme cold. This giant form is from a small population of plants with rosettes of broad, stiff,..
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Agave chrysantha – Golden-Flowered Agave
Native to the mountains of central and southeastern Arizona and closely related to A. palmeri, this species grows up to altitudes of 2100 m (6900 ft.). Its attractive rosette of broad, stiff, blue gray leaves can get quite large. It is easy to grow, hardy to heat, drought and extreme cold...
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Native to the Mexican states of Guerrero and Michoacán, this midsized species with blue green leaves grows in high elevation oak forest between 1500 and 2000 m (4900 to 6600 ft.). It prefers full sun and can take high heat, drought and considerable freezes in winter...
From USD 6.84 In Stock
A small, clustering species from northeastern Mexico (San Luis Potosi, Hidalgo) with pale green, succulent, upright leaves to 45 cm (18 in.) tall that sport attractive, white marginal thorns. A hardy and robust plant that can take moderate freezes...
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Agave ensifera
A medium-sized, weakly clustering species similar to Agave lechuguilla, with pale green, succulent, upright leaves to 60 cm (24 in) tall with irregularly toothed margins. Agave ensifera is native to desert areas in northeastern Mexico...
From USD 7.19 In Stock
Agave felgeri – Mescalito
A small species from lowland desert in Sonora, Mexico that forms clustering rosettes of narrow, rigid, pale green leaves. It is extremely drought tolerant and can take light freezes...
From USD 6.01 In Stock
Agave filifera – Maguey
A beautiful, compact species from central Mexico where it grows at high elevations. It forms a dense, weakly clustering rosette with many bright green, wide leaves that have white markings, marginal fibers and more or less pronounced, very attractive red leaf tips. The Maguey tolerates moderate to s..
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Agave flexispina
A small to medium-sized species from high altitude in the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Durango and Zacatecas, where it grows between 1400 and 2200 m (4500 and 7500 ft.) elevation in open oak or pine woodland. It forms a compact rosette of very beautiful, broad, blue gray leaves...
From USD 6.01 In Stock
Agave funkiana – Ixtle de Jaumave
A midsized species from southern Mexico (Tamaulipas to Chiapas) with clustering rosettes of narrow, straight, bluish leaves to about 90 cm (3 ft.) tall. It is best suited for subtropical/warm temperate climates and can take light to moderate freezes...
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Agave gentryi
A great rarity and an unusual looking, rather large Agave from northeastern Mexico, where it grows high up in the mountains in pine-oak forests between 1800 and 2800 m (6000 and 9500 ft.) elevation. It has only been recently described and named, in honor of the famous Agave expert Howard Scott Gentr..
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This population of Agave gentryi is found at around 2000 m (6500 ft.) in open areas as well as in shade as understorey in pine forest near the small town of La Escondida in northeastern Mexico. It strongly resembles Agave macroculmis, which we first mistook it for, and has a huge presence, with enor..
From USD 6.72 In Stock
Agave havardiana – Havards Century Plant, Chisos Agave
A beautiful, medium-sized Agave native to southwestern Texas and northern Mexico in Chihuahua and Coahuila that forms a compact rosette of well-armed, bluish-gray leaves. It can take heavy freezes with ease but needs a very well drained spot in full sun...
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Agave karwinskii – Karwinski's Agave
An unusual Agave from the Mexican States of Oaxaca, Puebla and Veracruz, where it forms small colonies through creeping rhizomes in dry scrub or grassland between 1500 and 1900 m (5000 and 6000 ft.) elevation. From a distance it is easily mistaken for Yucca aloifolia, forming slender trunks up to 4 ..
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Agave kavandivi
A truly magnificent, new species of Agave described in 2013 from rocky outcrops in the Mexican state of Oaxaca between 1300 and 2300 m. It is an extremely pretty, small plant that forms a compact rosette of 60 to 80 comparatively wide, spiky, pale blue leaves that are finely toothed along the margin..
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A spectacular form of Agave kerchovei from near Huajuapan in central Mexico with striking, deep red leaves that, like some Aloe, are particularly colorful during the dry season and less so during the wet season...
From USD 6.84 In Stock
A large, robust, highly variable species native to the Mexican states of Puebla, Oaxaca and Hidalgo, where it grows on dry, rocky terrain. It forms a rosette of several stiff, pale green or blueish leaves that can reach to 2 m (7 ft.) in diameter...
From USD 6.36 In Stock
Agave lechuguilla 'Pale Blue' – Shin Dagger, Lechuguilla
A very attractive form of the normally not so stunning Agave lechuguilla, with narrow, pale blue leaves. Agave lechuguilla is native to New Mexico and western Texas in the U.S. and in Mexico from Tamaulipas south to Hidalgo, where it is found on rocky ground at altitudes between 900 and 2100 m (3000..
From USD 6.13 In Stock
Agave lechuguilla – Shin Dagger, Lechuguilla
A small but vigorous species that forms dense clusters of rosettes with stiff, upright, pale or yellowish-green leaves. It is native to New Mexico and western Texas in the U.S. and in Mexico from Tamaulipas south to Hidalgo, where it is found on rocky ground at altitudes between 900 and 2100 m (3000..
From USD 6.36 In Stock
Agave maximiliana
A bold and beautiful Agave from Mexico, where it grows in the mountains of Jalisco, Nayarit and Zacatecas in pine and oak forest at moderate to high elevations. It is a medium to large plant with wide, pale to bluish-green leaves that can take some drought and moderate freezes...
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Agave mckelveyana
Very similar to and usually difficult to distinguish from Agave deserti var. simplex, this small Agave from western central Arizona, where it grows in dry scrubland between 900 and 1800 m (3000 and 6000 ft.), forms a tight rosette of stiff, bluish-green leaves. It is tolerant of drought and severe f..
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Agave mckelveyana x Agave utahensis F2
A very special, natural Agave hybrid from the mountains of Arizona between Agave mckelveyana and Agave utahensis with stiff, bluish green leaves. This plant may be of special interest to people in colder climates as it grows to a nice size and should be hardy to -20°C at the same time...
From USD 6.84 In Stock
Agave multifilifera – White Thread Agave
This gorgeous Agave is immediately recognizable by its narrow, stiff, green leaves that carry copious amounts of curly, white, threadlike fibers on the margins. It can become quite large and form a dense, hemispherical, usually solitary rosette with countless individual leaves that make it a highly ..
From USD 5.66 In Stock
Agave nayaritensis
A tropical Agave from lowland locations in Nayarit and Sinaloa, Mexico where it grows in the shade of dry deciduous woodland. It forms a rather open rosette to 2 m (7 ft.) in diameter with few, soft, very pale, bluish-green leaves. It is virtually unknown in cultivation and, while not the most desir..
From USD 6.01 In Stock
Agave ornithobroma – Maguey Pajarito
A rare, small, clustering species from hot savanna regions in Mexico (Sinaloa, Nayarit) with narrow, wiry leaves that attain a beautiful red color when grown in full sun. It is drought tolerant and can take light freezes...
From USD 5.30 In Stock
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