With narrow, medium green leaves that have sharp tips but toothless edges, the Twin-Flowered Agave, or Agave Geminiflora, is a beautiful addition to any desert landscape. Occasionally, the leaves are graced with fine white marginal fibers. Solitary plants reach 3 feet high and 3 feet wide, with a canopy coverage of 7 square feet. The plant has a moderate to rapid growth rate. Native to West Mexico, it tolerates a range of exposures. In full or reflected sun, the rosettes are tight and compact. Plants in full shade tend to have a more open and relaxed growth habit. The Twin-Flowered Agave is well-suited as a container plant.

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