We posted this a few weeks ago as our Agave ‘Mountain Man’ (A. gentryi x montana) prepared to open. We’ll, the big moment is here…below are a few shot from today.
The seed were wild-collected in Mexico in the late 1990s by our friends at Yucca Do, and our seedling was planted in May 2000, so it took 17 years to flower. Fingers crossed for good seed set, and fortunately we have many more agaves in flower (and a tall ladder) to help the process.
We have just completed our fall inventory and found some of the coolest plants didn’t sell in the numbers that we’d hoped, so we’re left with extra inventory. Take advantage of this opportunity to get 20% off on over 125 unique plants, many of which you won’t find anywhere else. Quantities are limited so shop now while supplies last.
Here is just a small sampling of some of the horticultural gems you will find:
Agave ‘Ivory Curls’ – beautiful blue-grey wavy leaves with a wide creamy white margin
Cypripedium ‘Gabriela’ with multiple eyes
Rohdea japonica ‘Kinshu no Matsu’ – slowly offsetting selection with creamy streaked variegation
Tricyrtis ‘Seiryu’ in the sales house – this gem is a great addition to the woodland garden for fall flowers