Agave geminiflora is a species of Agave endemic to the Mexican State of Nayarit. The common name is twin flowered agave. It can have 100-200 leaves which are linear, stiff, dark green and have convex edges with white horny lines and curled threads. The flowers are 5 or 6 centimeters long on a tall inflorescence.
Planting & Caring –
Plant in full sun along the coast and part sun to light shade in hot inland gardens. Drought resistant, but looks better with some summer watering. Hardy to 25 F.