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Dasylirion Serratifolium in a 40 litre pot.
Latin Name: Dasylirion Serratifolium.
Common Name: Desert spoon, Sandpaper Sotol
Native to: Mexico.
Hardiness: Hardy down to -10 or lower.
Growth Characteristics: Slow growing, evergreen. Long, thin blue/green leaves which have serrated edges, arranged perfectlty symetrically. Classed as a succulent. Tolerates coastal positions.
Sunlight: Full sun/partial shade.
Exposure: Wind and salt tolerant.
Soil: Well drained soil. Gritty
Moisture: Water sparingly. do not water in winter.
Dasylirion prefers good drainage and full sun and responds well to reularly feeding through the summer.
Dasylirion Serratifolium For sale.
A fascinating palm like plant that’s classed as a succulent and makes a stunning feature plant in a desert style border and is immediately imposing in a large pot. The rosette of fleshy green leaves have serrated edges so will deter the attention of any unwelcome animal visitors to your garden. As the plant matures a handsome trunk forms beneath the rosette giving a palm tree effect.
The Dasylirion Serratifolium is a dramatic, architectural plant and ideal for a dramatic accent to your garden design.
Slow growing with thin, fleshy green strap-like leaves which have serrated edges and are arranged perfectly in attractive symetrical rosettes. As it matures it forms a trunk. Classed as a succulent, it is tolerant of windy and coastal positions. Quite a rare plant.
This is a exceptionally beautiful and imposing plant, but easy to maintain.