Manfreda undulata 'Cherry Chocolate Chip'


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Manfreda undulata 'Cherry Chocolate Chip'

Manfreda undulata 'Cherry Chocolate Chip' (Cherry Chocolate Chip Manfreda) is a low-growing plant up to 1 feet (30 cm) tall and up to 4 feet (1.2 m) wide…


Manfreda undulata 'Cherry Chocolate Chip' PP 29,918

Item #: 12991

Zones: 7b to 9b, at least

Dormancy: Evergreen

Height: 12" tall

Culture: Sun

Origin: Mexico

Pot Size: 3.5" pot (24 fl. oz/0.7 L) ?

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Plantsman Hans Hansen, of Walters Gardens, created this wonderful white-edged sport of the North American native (Mexico), Manfreda undulata 'Chocolate Chips'. Each 1' tall x 4' wide, slowly-offsetting rosette of Manfreda 'Cherry Chocolate Chip' is composed of dusty green, dramatically ruffled, rubbery leaves, adorned with an abundance of large liver-purple spots, and edged with a narrow white border. When Manfreda 'Cherry Chocolate Chip' reaches mature size after several years, each clump will be topped with fascinating 3' tall flower spikes with spidery flowers. Unlike their cousins, agaves, manfredas don't die after flowering.


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