The Agave Blue Glow Plant is an evergreen succulent that grows in Mexico and the Southwest United States. It is a hybrid between the Agavaceae attenuata and the Agavaceae ocahui, and was created by Rancho Soledad.
The plant has blue and green leaves with a chalky feel to them on the outside. The leaves are broad and rigid, coming to a sharp point at the end. The plant grows to be about 1 to 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide.
The Agave Blue Glow plant produces flowers, which are red and yellow, once in its lifetime before it dies. This is because the plant uses all of its energy to grow the stalk and create seeds. The flowers grow as a stalk that can reach heights of 10 feet, and it can take about 3 to 4 months for them to grow.
Its active growth period is during the late summer, or June and July. The Agave Blue Glow grows best in USDA hardiness zones 9 through 11, and it needs hot and dry conditions to survive.