Beschorneria tubiflora

At last the real thing, which is widely confused in cultivation with B. yuccoides. This species is smaller than the latter with much slimmer leaves and a slim red-pink flower spike to about 1.8m, strung along its length with slim, tubular green flowers in mid summer. Should be as hardy as B. yuccoides, so give it a sheltered position in well drained soil and full sun. Native to Hidalgo, Mexico.

Pot size: 2L
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