Aloe 'David Verity' I believe, but then again my aloe knowledge and ID skills are minimal at best.
Such an interesting way this agave has of fanning out it's huge leaves to display the growing bloomspike.
Sweet! Agave nickelsiae has got to be one of the most strange and yet beautiful of the agaves.
Agave titanota, another gorgeous agave.
The bright yellow number is a Hechtia huamelulaensis.
There were several different labels in this patch of spiky goodness, Abromeitiella lorentziana and Abromeitiella brevifolia were two. I believe these are synonyms for the same plant.
Sign says... Aloe arborescens (yellow-flowered form)
Agave colorata? A guess...
Agave attenuata I believe...
And of course there were several big variegated Agave americana waving their fierce arms to and fro...
This guy gets in on the arm action too.
Looks like he's made a friend that he's considering giving a hug to.
Such an expressive power-stance in the middle of a patch of blue senecio.
I love the color of this one, and it's waving tips. Perhaps Agave attenuata 'Boutin Blue'?
Let's go that away shall we? Onward, forward, to see the rest of the garden.... (in the upcoming days...)
Weather Diary, Jan 21: Hi 47, Low 41/ Precip .03
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