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Agave parryi 'Blue Flame' (2 ft high and 3 ft wide) in the back and 'blue glow' in the front. Can take partial shade, needs moderate to minimal water. Also looks great in containers and tolerates Southern California alkaline water.

Agaves 'Blue Flame' in the back row and 'Blue Glow' in the front. Hardy to 'Blue Flame': Width: feet Height: feet.

California: Andrea CochranTo contrast the billowy tufts, Cochran inserted blue-toned agave. “Drought-tolerant and hardy enough to handle ...

Like this combo for side of house or driveway maybe? California: Andrea Cochran To contrast the billowy tufts, Cochran inserted blue-toned agave. “Drought-tolerant and hardy enough to handle.

Pink Echeveria ‘Afterglow’, Dymondia margaretae, Golden bamboo, ‘Sundowner’ phormium, Agave attenuata ‘Nova’

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Pink Echeveria ‘Afterglow’ dots the carpet of gray-blue Dymondia margaretae, repeating the hues of the larger sculptural accent plants: bronze-tinged ‘Sundowner’ phormium is striking beside an icy blue Agave attenuata ‘Nova’.

Native Agave Garden "native to the southern and western United States, Mexico and central and tropical South America"

Xeriscaping, Drought Tolerant Land Cover

combining texture, shape, colour - Native Agave Garden "native to the southern and western United States, Mexico and central and tropical South America"

Newport Beach modern planter. Blue glow agave, sago palm, drought tolerant

Sago Palm (Cycas revoluta) Actually a cycad, not a palm. Can take years to reach its maximum height. Well drained and rich in humus.

Agave attenuata - (Mature size: 4 - 5 feet high and 6 - 8 feet wide) with clusters of pups tucked under its leaves, Agave attenuata is best planted where it can spread out. Pups are easily removed, but the cluster is quite striking. Tiny pale green flowers become many new plantlets that can be plucked off the stem and rooted. Native to Mexico, this is a tropical agave, prefers partial shade to scorching sun and looks best with regular water.

Fox Tail Agave, Agave attenuata, 15 seeds, soft blue-green leaves, windowsill or…

Agave stricta (hedgehog agave) at the UC Botanical Garden via a growing obsession

Inbox 2 : An agave that could be combined with mass grass planting. Agave stricta (hedgehog agave) at the UC Botanical Garden via a growing obsession

Agave ‘Blue Flame’, silver blue gray foliage succulent in drought tolerant garden bed

Agave ‘Blue Flame’, silver blue gray foliage succulent in drought tolerant garden bed Patience

Simplicity in Design.  Vertical-growing San Pedro cacti (Cereus peruvianus) form the backdrop of the composition, with Agave ‘Blue Glows’ offering complementary color. “The contrasting form reflects the same rhythm as the San Pedros,” notes Winters. The golden barrels add drama and draw the eye to the foreground.

Simplicity in Design. Vertical-growing San Pedro cacti (Cereus peruvianus) form the backdrop of the composition, with Agave offering complementary color. contrasting form reflects the same rhythm as the San notes

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