Many plant designers consider the Agave 'Victoria-Reginae' plant to be the most beautiful and desirable for containerizing. The Agave 'Victoria-Reginae plant is very slow growing and reluctant to flower. The Agave 'Victoria-Reginae plant only grows to about 18 in. in diameter and can survive temperatures of 20*F. The Agave 'Victoria-Reginae' plant is very useful in containerizing. The distinct white markings of the Agave 'Victoria-Reginae' are unique, like mini-variegation bordering each leaf. The Agave 'Victoria-Reginae' plant has beautiful green leaves with distinct white markings that are smooth to the touch. The Agave 'Victoria-Reginae' makes a great container plant.The Agave Victoria Reginae; is a very sticky succulent plant that is excellent for containerizing indoors, but not for fondling by children. Thorns, spikes and spears grow from every inch of this beautiful plant.
The Victoria-Reginae Agave is one of the most beautifully symmetrical xeric ornamental plants, and each white-lined leaf ends harmoniously with a tapered thorn that innocently sits in perfect alignment with each neighboring leaf that encircles the Agave. Planting Agaves might seem dangerous, but follow the directions on this video to see how it is done.
The thin white lines that border each leaf from one end to the other are connected together at the base of the Victoria-Reginae Agave plant, and when viewed from the top of the plant rotate like blades on a windmill.