Dasylirion serratifolium SUCULENTA View larger
Dasylirion serratifolium SUCULENTA

Dasylirion serratifolium

Sn: Dasylirion laxiflorum

Green Desert Spoon

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    Perennial plant with weeping, thin, spiny leaves. Produces bell shaped flowers. Dasylirion is a group of over a dozen of grassy looking rosette plants native to the southwestern US and northern Mexico. They are not grasses but are related to the Agaves. As they grow older, the base of the several of these species develop into a trunk. When the plant is mature it blooms with hundreds of greenish-white bell-shaped flowers on a tall narrow spike coming from the center of the plant. The plant does not die after blooming. Most Dasylirions are rather resistant to cold and drought.

    Data sheet

    1,5/2 m
    ZONE 5
    1/1,2 m
    Lineares, borde dentado
    Little water
    Cream, red and purple 2/4 cm

    Sales formats

    Format Diameter Liters Perimeter Total height Trunk height
    SUCCULENT T24 8 - 40/50 -
    SUCCULENT T30 15 - 50/60 -
    SUCCULENT C35 25 - 60/70 -
    SUCCULENT C45 45 - 80/100 -
    SUCCULENT C50 55 - 100/125 -
    SUCCULENT C50 55 - 100/125 -

    Viveros Medipalm

    Viveros Medipalm was born in 1992 as a trading company of Mediterranean plant, passing in a short time also being a producer, creating a nursery of ornamental plant in which they adapt new varieties with the aim of satisfying the preferences of their customers, offering them an unbeatable quality.

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    Our production is based on a wide variety of trees, palms, shrubs and specimens of great beauty and of course top quality. The homogeneity in our products is always a priority.

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