Mangave is a unique plant that is quickly gaining popularity among gardeners and plant enthusiasts. With its interesting texture and striking colors, it is no wonder why this plant has become so popular. In this guide, we will discuss everything you need to know about growing mangave plants. We will cover everything from planting to care and maintenance. So if you are interested in learning more about this fascinating plant, keep reading!
What are Mangave?
Mangave is a hybrid cross of agave and manfreda plants. All the mangave hybrids are classified as succulents, meaning they have fleshy leaves and stems that allow them to store water. Agave and Manfreda plants are native to Mexico and the southwestern United States. Plants are hardy in zone 9+.
Plants range from small 10″x8″ to large 24″x24″ mature size. Mangave plants are easy to care for and make a great addition to any garden or landscape. They require very little maintenance and can tolerate a wide range of conditions.