Mangave meet the needs of the modern gardener. These large succulent-esque hybrids retain the excellent heat and drought tolerance of their Agave background, while adding fast growing, tropical attributes from their Manfreda parentage. They can be grown solitary, in the landscape, or in mixed or mono decorative containers. Their tolerance of a wide variety of moisture conditions allows them to be mixed with succulents, annuals, and tropicals. Mangave are perennial in southern zones, with the option of being grown as an annual in northern zones or overwintered as a houseplant.
The ART & SOL™ Collection contains a mix of architectural forms and colors representative of the genus. With such a wide variety of forms and colors, there's something for everyone!
The name says it all, because the first thing you'll notice about this smaller scale Mangave are its "teeth." The long and pronounced spines are presented in a rainbow of colors, ranging from cinnamon brown to yellow to orange. Blue green leaves show off the array of colors even more, with faint spotting giving the thick leaves some character. Forms a singular rosette of succulent leaves.