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Agave victoriae-reginae | TLSP – 93

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Agave victoriae-reginae, commonly known as the Queen Victoria agave or royal agave, is a striking succulent that is highly prized for its compact, symmetrical rosette of thick, smooth leaves. Each leaf is edged with a contrasting white pattern that accentuates its geometric form. The leaves are dark green and can appear almost black in certain lighting, adding to the plant’s dramatic appearance. This slow-growing agave is relatively small, making it an excellent choice for containers or rock gardens. It’s also drought-tolerant and requires minimal care, preferring well-draining soil and infrequent watering. The Queen Victoria agave is a stunning specimen that adds a touch of architectural elegance to any setting.

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Agave victoriae-reginae, commonly known as the Queen Victoria agave or royal agave, is a striking succulent that is highly prized for its compact, symmetrical rosette of thick, smooth leaves. Each leaf is edged with a contrasting white pattern that accentuates its geometric form. The leaves are dark green and can appear almost black in certain lighting, adding to the plant’s dramatic appearance. This slow-growing agave is relatively small, making it an excellent choice for containers or rock gardens. It’s also drought-tolerant and requires minimal care, preferring well-draining soil and infrequent watering. The Queen Victoria agave is a stunning specimen that adds a touch of architectural elegance to any setting.

Light: Agave plants thrive in full sun exposure. Choose a location with plenty of sunlight. Indoors, place them near a sunny window to ensure they receive adequate light.

Soil: Use a well-draining soil mix suitable for succulents and cacti. A mix of 50% multi-purpose compost and 50% horticultural grit or perlite works well.

Watering: Agaves are drought-tolerant. Water only when the soil is completely dry. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings to prevent root rot.

Temperature and Humidity: Agave plants prefer warm environments and are intolerant to frost. They thrive in low humidity conditions, similar to their native desert habitat.

Fertilization: Hold off on fertilizer. Agaves don’t require frequent feeding. If you do fertilize, use a balanced liquid fertilizer diluted to half strength during the growing season.

Pest Protection: Protect your Agave from pests. While they are generally hardy, watch out for mealybugs and scale insects.

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