The Agave Vernae is native to Central America and Mexico and can reach a height of 1.5m but grows very slowly. The plant keeps the same color in summer and winter, likes to be in the sun, but is also fairly hardy between -4 to -6 degrees.
Leaves gray-green, finished with a strong brown stitch.
Care: Not too much water and only if the soil feels dry, the plant stores water in it its leaves, does not like wet feet. As much sun as possible, preferably outside.
Hardiness: between -4 and -6 degrees, but little resistance below -5 degrees.
Irrigation: Low, tolerates drought.