This plant grows on very high elevations in the mountains of old Mexico. In habitat, this Agave sees regular snow, ice and rain during the winter, so it should do well in our climate!
Agave montana forms a tight solitary rosette of glaucous blue/green 70cm long leaves that are lined with sharks teeth and have a spine on the end of them. Unlike many Agaves, this variety does not send up 'pups' or 'runners' around the mother plant and grows relatively slowly.
Frost resistant to around -14 ºC