Agave nizandensis
This plant is a small agave which grows wild in dry area in Mexico.
The epithet was named after the village, Nizanda Oaxaca Mexico where it was first discovered in 1951.
It can grow 25 cm in height and 60 cm in diameter after 10 to 20 years.
The succulent leaf which forms a rosette is long, narrow, and sword-shaped.  It is dark green with a yellowish green stripe in the center.
This plant extends underground stolons to produce offsets to propagate.
This species is endangered in its endemic region.
Classification: Agavaceae Agave
Scientific name: Agave nizandensis
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Native locality: Nizanda Oaxaca Mexico
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Planting place: Plant of South and Central America Greenhouse
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