Agave Isthmensis 'Hoji Raijin' - Verigated (Bare Rooted)
Agave Isthmensis 'Hoji Raijin' is a cultivar of Agave Isthmensis, a small to medium-sized species of agave native to Mexico. 'Hoji Raijin' is a relatively new cultivar that was developed in Japan by breeder Isao Yoneda. It is characterized by its compact size, attractive dark green leaves with yellow margins, and distinctive white markings on the leaf surfaces.
The plant is commonly grown as an ornamental in gardens and landscapes, and it is known for its ability to thrive in hot and dry conditions. It is also well-suited to container cultivation, making it a popular choice for indoor and patio gardens.
Like other agave species, Agave Isthmensis 'Hoji Raijin' is monocarpic, meaning it will flower once in its lifetime and then die. However, this can take many years, and the plant will produce offsets (known as "pups") that can be used to propagate new plants. Overall, 'Hoji Raijin' is a striking and low-maintenance plant that can add a unique touch to any garden or indoor space.
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