AGAVE ATTENUATA (Agave)
Agavaceae | Cactus
Agavoideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales.
Plateau of central Mexico
Temperate & subtropical climates
Used as a garden ornament and/or buffer because it is spineless.
- Develops a curved stem, unlike other varieties of agave; often referred to as a “lion’s tail.”
- Not the type of agave used to make tequila or the agave sweetener.