Agave, 8in, Bovicornuta Cow Horn - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
Agave, 8in, Bovicornuta Cow Horn - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
Agave, 8in, Bovicornuta Cow Horn - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
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Agave, 8in, Bovicornuta Cow Horn

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A beautiful succulent that grows in a rosette form. The leaf blades are attractively edged with large, reddish, dark brown teeth. Some recurving back towards the base, and others towards the leaf tip - which has a short, stout terminal spine. When the plant matures, which usually takes 12 years or more, it produces tall, branched inflorescence that bears long, yellow and green flowers. If you need any more photos or additional information on this product, send us a message using the chat button on our website with the product name, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Attributes Type: Houseplant / Tropical Height: Up to 36in Spread: Up to 60in Light: Full Sun to Partial Sun Water: Medium, room temperature Zone: 9b - 11b Pet Safe: Mildly poisonous to children and pets Care General Maintenance: Repot when the plant has become rootbound. Yearly, change out some of the soil to ensure the plant has fresh nutrients. Propogation of the "pups" can be done during repotting. Temperature: This plant thrives in warm temperatures - 18°C-24°C is best. It can also tolerate hotter or cooler temperatures, but it will not tolerate any lower than -3°C. Light: This plant prefers a bright location. Some full sun throughout the day will help it thrive. Watering: This plant does not need to be watered very often. Water thoroughly when fully dry (every 1-2 weeks in the summer, and every 2-3 weeks in the winter). Be careful not to overwater, as this plant is prone to root rot. Fertilizer: Only give a small amount of fertilizer in the spring during the first two years. Established plants do wel on their own. Soil: They tolerate most soils as long as they have good drainage, but they have a preferance for a rocky/sandy soil blend.