Perennial evergreen succulent. Plant dies after blooming and the younger plant will grow in its place. Grows to about 30cm tall and wide. Leaves are a narrow green spare with pointy tip. Flowers are yellow and grow on a stalk.
Low maintenance landscaping plants, for areas that are provided with little water. Also known for agave nectar as a sweet honey replacement in cooking. The plant can be cooked and eaten, although it is more commonly used for its fabulouse succulent looks.
Extremely drought tolerant, thrives in desert terrain. Requires well drained soil and full sun.