4 responses to “Agave deserti”

  1. dale hinton

    Suave dessert perfume
    Agave deserts yellow bloom
    Mohave consume?

  2. Sandra

    Thank you Daniel for the alert about the Anza-Borrego issue! As a result I’ve been in contact with the ABF to determine how best to lend my support in the effort to fight the power line construction. Anza-Borrego is a treasure and well worth preserving.

  3. Beverley

    Agave deserti – Z9 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths

  4. Ian

    Its cold hardiness varies depending on where it was collected. The Anza-Borrego plants are not very cold hardy. Plants from the San Jacinto Mts. or Santa Rosa Mts. are much hardier. I have seen them at least as high as 4,100′ in the San Jacinto Mts, maybe they go higher in the Santa Rosas? I’m not sure! These plants are also distinct from the Borrego plants, they have much larger rosettes that vary significantly in form from one plant to the next.

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