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Agave Manfredii Bloodspot ( Mangave) - Pépinière La Forêt

Agave Manfredii Bloodspot ( Mangave)

Agave Manfredii Bloodspot ( Mangave)

Mangaves or Agave manfredii are hybrids between Agaves and Manfredas. They produce original and remarkable plant varieties in terms of shape and colour. New plants to be included in your catalogue as a matter of urgency. The Agave Manfredii Bloodspot is a compact, spiny variety with green, blood-stained leaves.

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40cm Upriight
Evergreen Green with red spots
-5° °C
Rockery, cactus beds, veranda
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The characteristics of the Agave Manfredii Bloodspot (Mangave).

This hybrid between an Agave macroacantha and Manfreda maculosa is said to have been created in Japan by a producer. Agave Manfredii Bloodspot is distinguished by its compact rosette and spiny leaves, which are reminiscent of Agave. The fleshy leaves are grey-green with red-brown flecks and red spines. In dry or cold weather, the spots become more pronounced and the shades intensify. The flowering can exceed 2m in height, the inflorescence rises above the rosette and develops small green flowers.

How to use the Agave Manfredii Bloodspot (Mangave).

The Agave Manfredii Bloodspot is a plant to be planted in rock gardens, cactus beds and other dry gardens for a DRY AND DESIGN look. In association with Sedums, Dasylirions, Dianellas, Bulines, Yuccas... It can also be grown in pots on a terrace or patio, in a MEXICAN GARDEN atmosphere or in an INDOOR/OUTDOOR GARDEN.

What tips do you have for growing the Agave Manfredii Bloodspot (Mangave) successfully?

The Agave Manfredii Bloodspot should be planted in sunny, well-drained soil. Water regularly in summer and reduce watering in winter. Hardy to -8°C, protect it from cold winds or bring it inside for the winter.