Agave attenuata is a perennial succulent has a thick stem crowned with a rosette of thick, soft, fleshy, pale green, pointed, leaves.
- The central stem will also sprout other rosettes in time.
- Native to Central Mexico, this perennial succulent has a thick trunk, branching at the base and with ovate, pale-yellow leaves. These are typically 50–70cm long and lack terminal spines.
- Like in many Agave species, flowers are short and funnel-shaped with 6 tepals.
Available in a 300mm pot.