|This one shouldn't get more than ~1 ft diameter, which is good.|
There's another new sorta-spikey addition to the front garden bed: an Agave Schidigera!
This is a smaller Agave, that only grows to be about a foot wide and tall, and instead of teeth, it has these cool "threads" instead - kind of like the false red yucca (Hesperaloe parviflora) It does have spines though. It's currently sitting next to a blue fescue, and they're about the same size - I think the contrast between them in kind of cool:
And this one come with a cool surprise - 7 pups/offsets! Since it is right next to the path, I didn't want an entire colony of A. Schidigera, so I pulled off the pups and potted them up into their own containers:
|All the pups! Now I just need to figure out where to put them. On the slope?|