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- Pot size 4 to 5-inch nursery pot
- Plant height 4 to 8 inches
- Gifting ribbon one
- Plant T tag one
- Plants caring guide manual
- Reachable plant height: 5 to 10 feet
- Required pot size: 5 to 12 inches
- Type of plants: flowering plant for indoor and shading place
- Flowering: yes
- Flower color: pink and white
- Plant Family: Agavoideae Light: High Water: Low Pot Size: 4.5"
- Suitable: Indoor and shading place
- Temperature: The best temperature 7 to 20 degree Celsius
- Watering: Low watering 2-3 times a week in the evening
- Soil: Must have garden soil, cocopeat, perlite, vermiculite, river sand, and vermicomposting mix
- Fertilizers: Use NPK fertilizer in one month 2gm par liters of water
First, prepare the soil. Then fill a little soil in the pot, and set the plant comfortably inside it, and fill it around with some sandy soil, then add some water after that so that the plant can set its roots.
After re-potting in the pot, place the plant in a shady place, and add some water. Keeping it in a shady place gives relief to the plant and makes it grow faster.
When the leaves of the plant begin to deteriorate, they should be removed, otherwise, the plant starts to deteriorate. Do not panic when the leaves fall, new leaves will come out again. If insects are found in the plant, they should be treated with neem oil or insecticide at the appropriate time.
|Agave gypsophila 'Ivory Curls' (Variegated Gypsum Century Plant) - A small solitary open rosette-forming succulent to 2 to 3 feet tall and as wide with gray undulating leaves with small narrowly-spaced soft spines along the broad cream-colored margins. Plant in full coastal sun to light shade in a well-drained soil - bright light brings out the best color but inland full sun will burn this plant. Protect from frost - it is noted to be severely damaged at temperatures below 25°F. The plant long grown as Agave gypsophila attractive in its own right but this variegated form is even more so. A great garden plant or used in a container. The plant in cultivation that has long been called Agave gypsophila was so named as it is found naturally growing on gypsum hillsides and also on calcareous soils in the Mexican States of Colima, Jalisco, Michoacan and Guerrero. More recently this species was split into 5 separate closely related species and the both this variegated plant and the nonvariegated form in cultivation are now considered by many to be selections of Agave pablocarrilloi. Since most people still know this plant under it older name we continue to list it this way until such time as this new name gets better known. There is more information on this name change on our Agave gypsophila page. This variegated selection reportedly originated in Australia at Stan Walkley's nursery but we got our first plant from Loran Whitelock in 2009 and additional stock from Xeric Growers in 2011. The information presented on this page is based on research we have conducted about this plant in our library and from reliable online sources. We also consider observations of it growing in our nursery crops, as well as in the nursery's garden and those in other gardens we visit. We will incorporate comments that we receive from others and welcome getting feedback from anyone who may have additional information, particularly if they include cultural information that would aid others in growing Agave gypsophila 'Ivory Curls'.
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