Collections: Succulents & cactus

Agave Victoriae Reginae

Botanical Name :

S.N.: Agave Victoriae Reginae

C.N.: Queen Victoria Agave, Royal agave

Category of Plant: Cactus, succulents

 Queen Victoria Agave Description :

  • Queen Victoria Agave or Royal Agave is a small succulent flowering perennial plant, belongs to the Agavaceae family.
  • This popular ornamental plant is noted for its streaks of white on sculptured geometrical leaves. 
  • This small and attractive succulent blooms just once at the end of its life. 
  • Queen Victoria Agave forms a compact to open symmetrical succulent rosette of short, rigid, thick green leaves. 
  • Native to parts of central Mexico, Queen Victoria Agave is the most attractive agaves with its round shape and whorl-like foliage arrangement. 
  • Its sharply pointed leaves have striking white accent lines on surfaces and margins. 
  • Agave Victoriae Reginae are usually stemless or has very short stem bears showy yellow flowers on tall spikes 8-12 ft. tall during mid summer.

Climatic Conditions and Soil Structure:

  • This desert dweller can survive in hot temperatures but cannot tolerate cold temperatures.
  • Light shade or a partial shade is required in the noon to protect the leaves from being scorched. 
  • Queen Victoria Agave or Royal Agave thrive best in warm temperatures and lots of sunlight.
  • It prefers well-drained, airy soil.

Plant Specifications:

  • height: 0.5 m to 0.7 m
  • width: 0.5 m to 0.7 m

Pot size: 6"

Plant Habit: Symmetrical, Solitary, Rigid, Compact, Clumping

Queen Victoria Agave or Royal Agave plant Care Tips:

  • Water Queen Victoria Agave or Royal Agave only when the soil dries out completely. 
  • Just like Cactus and other succulent plants, Queen Victoria Agave plants also require less water. They are drought tolerant. 
  • Overwatering can kill the plant
  • An occasional misting is required, if kept indoors.
  • Queen Victoria Agave grows best in high humidity.
  • Royal Agave are happy with less fertilizer. Fertilizing once a year is enough for it. 
  • Twice a month, give neem oil spray as preventive spray from the pest and insects.

 Queen Victoria Agave or Royal Agave Special Features -

  • Royal Agave plants are low-maintenance plants, thus suitable for beginners.
  • Toxic to pets and humans.
  • This desert dweller can add a lot of beauty to your home or garden. 
  • Queen Victoria Agave or Royal Agave is a spectacular succulent species for your garden, balcony or even a sunny living room.

  • A good plant for containers, small spaces and rock gardens.

Note: The plant comes with a germination pot or bag (Pot size Approx. 4 to 6 inches). The image is for representation purposes only. The actual product may vary in height, shape, or appearance.

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