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Agave ovatifolia 'Vanzie'. Rare species (Whale's Tongue Agave).

+ $8.95 shipping
+ $8.95 shipping

Made in Los Osos, California

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Agave ovatifolia 'Vanzie'- An amazing selection of Agave ovatifolia! Chosen for its especially deep leaf channels.  Gorgeous,  very wide, blue-grey leaves.  Makes a knockout specimen in the drought tolerant garden.  

Full sun, well-drained soil. Quite drought tolerant but will grow much faster and to a much more impressive size with regular irrigation. Hardy to approx. 15 degrees F. Sale plants are in jumbo four inch pots and will be shipped bare-root via Priority Mail.

Average review
Plant was great! Shipped quickly!
Apr 22, 2018 by rdcampos1
Arrived in great shape. Love it! This is my favorite shop for agave, cactus, succulents, etc.!
Jan 12, 2018 by Sarah Henderson
My mom loves it! This is my go-to-shop for ordering plants for my mother. They're always healthy and in great shape. I've lost count of how many orders I've placed over the years. The best!
Jan 5, 2018 by Sarah Henderson
Jun 21, 2017 by Cara Watkins
Beautiful plant growing big and strong thanks :)
Mar 28, 2017 by angiemarshall631

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All plants are shipped bare-root via Priority Mail unless otherwise specified in the plant description or arranged in a special order.

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We guarantee our plants to arrive in good condition. If there is a problem with your order or a plant when it arrives, please let us know within 5 days of receiving the order. Plants are living things and, once plants are delivered and out of our care, we have no control over climate, weather conditions, damage from animals or temperature or an individuals growing abilities. To qualify for refund or replacement, any order problems must be brought to our attention within the 5 days after receiving the order. Anything beyond the 5 day period is out of our range of responsibility or ability to correct a problem with a plant that could have been fixed if immediately reported.