This plant represents a natural hybrid between 2 species: A. kerchovei and A. marmorata. It is a rare slow-growing succulent that forms a solitary rosette, consisting of rigid bluish-green lanceolate leaves, slightly streaked with vertical lines. The foliage is covered with a whitish pruina, which gives the plant a dull appearance. On the margins yellowish teeth, soft to the touch, can be seen, which, with the maturity of the plant, become gray. A curious fact: Agave x peacockii's leaves produce fibers, which in the areas of its origin are used to make ropes and rough fabric. This Agave is perfect for adorning any environment, starting from the windowsills of your apartments to your patios or gardens.