Pot: 10 cm.
Also known as the Grand Canyon plant of the century, it is a small evergreen succulent in the shape of a rosette, made up of thick and narrow bluish-green leaves, with sharp points, growing upwards and with thorny margins. Its height, which does not exceed 30 centimeters, is compensated by the spikes on which the small yellow flowers bloom in clusters, which even reach 4 meters! A curious fact: Agave utahensis was used in the ares of its origin for food purposes and even as a textile fiber to create warm blankets. Adapted to growing in completely desert territories, this plant is extremely resistant to both extreme heat and intense cold, therefore it is perfect for giving a touch of style and elegance even to the environments of novice growers.