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Furcraea macdougalii. 24 rows Furcraea is a genus of succulent plants belonging to the family Asparagaceae native to. The name Furcraea was given to this genus in 1793 by the French botanist Etienne Pierre Ventenat 17571808. Sun Aug 18 2013 819 am.
Furcraea macdougalii Matuda is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Furcraea family Asparagaceae. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Furcraea macdougalii 13932738659jpg 599 900.
Furcraea macdougalii is a much sought after ornamental but has been rather rare in cultivation for lack of propagative material. GreekDesert Ready to Bolt Posts. Pages in category Furcraea macdougalii This category contains only the following page.
Media in category Furcraea macdougalii The following 11 files are in this category out of 11 total. Furcraea macdougalii – Flickr – Dick Culbertjpg 599 900. The genus name honors French chemist and politician Antoine F de Fourcroy.
These leaves grow up a trunk that can reach 15 feet tall over time. Photo by Michael Buckner The Plant Man San Diego. 9 rows I purchased Furcraea macdougalii in Sept 2010 as a curiosity at H H Nursery in Lakewood.
Furcraea macdougallii MacDougalls Century Plant – A large rosette forming succulent that has 6 foot long dark-green stiffly-upright leaves with regularly-spaced hooked teeth growing at the top of an unbranched trunk that can be 8 feet tall or more – in habitat it can get up over 20 feet and is considered the tallest of the Agave relatives. It can also be grown in a pot and is one of the easier Fouquierias to hav bloom in a container. Full sun and occasional water very draught tolerant.
Full publication details for this name can. Description Fouquieria macdougali is an excellent plant for dry native gardens where its bright red nectar-filled blooms will attract hummingbirds. It has a thick straight trunk with long and erect leaves that are smooth and dull green.
Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. They form radially from the plant and are shallow and very fibrousThe genus Furcraea is found in deciduous tropical forests and open areas from Mexico south to southeastern Brazil and the Caribbean. Furcraea macdougalii is a tall growing and large succulent which forms a rosette with 6 foot long dark green stiffly upright leaves featuring regularly spaced hooked teeth.
Its inflorescence can reach 25 ft. It can take only light frost. Flowering occurs spring to mid summer.
Furcraea macdougalii grow and care succulent of the genus Furcraea also known as Maguey Furcraea macdougalii perennial evergreen plant the plant dies after the bloom and the young plant grow instead and also used as ornamental drought tolerant plant can grow in desert subtropical mediterranean tropic or temperate climate and growing in hardiness zone 8. Furcraea macdougalii 0zzjpg 2544 1696. Everything I know about the genus Furcraea.
Furcraea macdougallii flowers at maturity at least 5ft tall. One of the most magnificent and dramatic plants in the Agave family this species is known only from small areas in Oaxaca Puebla and Chiapas Mexico where it grows in dry scrubland with only a short rainy season. Post by GreekDesert Mon Dec 23 2013 103 pm.
The greatest concentration occurs in Venezuela and Colombia So there you have it. Can take brief frosts down to 28 F. Furcraea macdougalii is the tallest of the Agave relatives growing to 20 feet tall in habitat.
Furcraea macdougalii is one of the most spectacular and dramatic plants in the Agave family. Furcreaea macdougalii eventually forms a trunk up to 20 feet high though. Plants at a nursery for sale.
It grows from a large rosette with 6-foot long dark blue-green narrow leaves that point stiffly upward. The record derives from WCSP data supplied on 2012-03-23 which reports it as an accepted name record 307067 with original publication details. A magnificent Woody lily from Mexico.