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Kentucky 😔 (Zone 6a)
Region: Kentucky Tropicals Plant and/or Seed Trader Moon Gardener Cactus and Succulents Garden Ideas: Level 1
Plant Identifier
Nov 22, 2013 9:11 PM CST
I've had this guy a couple years now.
I think the key to it ID is the lateral spines, they are unusually curved, the pictures are rough but I think they are clear enough to show it, it may be more clear in the imprints the leave in other leaves.
What's not visible is the very rough texture of the leaves, it's some of the roughest I've felt on an agave! I'm not that experienced with them tho...
It's not a fast grower, but not super slow.
It's rather slow to offset, but does manage atleast one or 2 a year, they are a slow to establish after splitting off.
Thumb of 2013-11-08/Swayback/d52be2
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Thumb of 2013-11-08/Swayback/77d7f2

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Name: Lin
Southeast Florida (Zone 10a)

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Nov 22, 2013 10:22 PM CST
How about A. cupreata?
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