Agave ‘Blue Flame’ — A beautiful and popular drought tolerant succulent with smooth, flexible, blue-green spineless leaves which grow in a an attractive rosette pattern. This member of the agave family is a low-water-needs plant that will tolerated drying out and does well both as a container and direct-planted landscape plant.
The ‘Blue Flame’ agave will form clumps as it matures with each clump growing to 2.5ft tall and 3ft wide. There is a single terminal spine on the end of each leaf.
This succulent will do best when planted in direct sun in coastal areas, or light shade in hotter inland and desert locations. The ‘Blue Flame’ is cold hardy down to 20-25˚F.
California-Friendly Drought-Tolerant Succulent
As with most of the Agave family, the Agave ‘Blue Flame’ is a California-Friendly, water-wise plant choice for your landscape.
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