Furcraea macdougalli, MacDougall's Century Plant
MacDougall's Century Plant
A large succulent that can reach the height of up to twenty feet tall and eight feet wide. The leaves are upright and stiff. This is the tallest of the agave relatives. When the trunk matures at five to fifteen feet wide the plant will flower. The flowers are green white and the spike can reach another twenty feet.
- Full sun
- Hardy to 25 degrees
- Native to Mexico