Agave, 4in, Geminiflora - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre

Agave, 4in, Geminiflora

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Agave Geminiflora is a succulent plant with flexible, narrow, dark-green leaves. The leaves cascade from the center, forming a dense rounded rosette. This plant forms a single flower stalk with a yellow bloom. The species name Geniniflora means twin-flowered, it is a reference to the pairs of flowers that form

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Attributes

Type: Succulent, Tropical
Height: 24in - 36in
Spread: 24in - 48in
Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Water: Light
Zone: 9-10
Pet Safe: Toxic

Care

General Maintenance:? These plants are beautiful tropical additions to any home, and are very easy to care for. Repot once every 2-3 years as they enjoy being slightly root-bound. Propagation by division is the easiest way, but can also be propagated via leaf cuttings

Temperature: Agaves love it hot, their ideal temperatures range between 25 - 35 degrees Celsius. Do not expose to frost or freezing conditions. Do not allow these plants to go below 13 degrees Celsius at any point if possible

Light: These plants enjoy the sun and the heat, to allow these plants to thrive, keep outdoors in the summer months to enjoy the direct full sunlight. Keeping in a South facing windowsill is also an excellent place for them to grow.

Watering: Water these plants very sparingly, when approximately 50% of the soil is dry. Water thoroughly until it drains from the bottom of the pot

Soil: A well-draining, sandy soil is idea for these plants. They are very prone to root rot, and enjoy a soil that doesn't get completely compacted

Fertilizer: Agave plants are hardy and rarely need fertilizer. However they will enjoy a well-balanced fertilizer once every 2-3 months during the growing season (April - August)