Falling Waters in the Garden

Here's a new photo we just took in the garden that showcases the amazing architecture of xMangave 'Falling Waters' when it reaches maturity...pretty amazing! Find out more about xMangave and their uses as a container specimen on FaceBook @MadAboutMangave. xMangave 'Falling Waters' The genus xmangave is an exotic botanical curiosity that was derived from a cross between an agave and a manfreda. Crosses between two genera are somewhat rare in cultivation and extremely rare in nature. However, agave and manfreda have broken all the rules and 'hooked up' on more than one occasion to produce the attractive offspring called x Mangave. The 'x' on the left side of Mangave tells you that it is a cross between different genera. Read more [...]

Mad About xMangave!

The genus xmangave is an exotic botanical curiosity that was derived from a cross between a succulent agave and a manfreda. Crosses between two genera are somewhat rare in cultivation and extremely rare in nature. However, agave and manfreda have broken all the rules and 'hooked up' on more than one occasion to produce the attractive offspring called x Mangave. The 'x' on the left side of Mangave tells you that it is a cross between different genera. xMangave 'Blue Mammoth' Both parents contribute drought-tolerance and an aversion to winter moisture. Keep your x Mangave roots dry in winter to prevent rot. We like them in containers. We have been busy making new x Mangave hybrids...so check back for updates!  xMangave also make great container specimen. Read more [...]