Smaller then most Agave species, Queen Victoria grow in a uniformly rounded pattern out to about 3 feet. These Cacti have a great look to them, and grow so evenly spaced and perfectly round that you'd swear each leaf was placed by hand. Plant Queen Victoria Agave in clusters or rows to get the most out of this effect. Since the Queen Victoria Agave is relatively small, you can achieve the maximum effect with very little available room in your landscape.
Being an Agave, Queen Victoria are naturally tolerant to drought, but perform best when irrigated occasionally. Plant Queen Victoria Agave in the full sun or partial shade for best results.