Agave univittata 'Quadricolor'
Family: Asparagaceae, formerly Agavaceae
Common Name: quadricolor
Origin: Agave univittata ‘Quadricolor’ is a nursery produced cultivar of Agave univittata, and does not exist in the wild. However, the straight species originates from the coastal regions of southern Texas and northeastern Mexico, below 100m in elevation.
Description: A. univittata 'Quadricolor' is a small rosette-forming succulent, solitary or clumping. It possesses distinctively variegated leaves, with a pale green midstripe enwreathed by yellow and dark-green stripes, and red marginal teeth. Under bright sunlight, a fourth color develops, darkening the paler sections to a flush red.
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