Agave deserti Engelm. ssp. deserti
Agave consociata Trel.
This species is native to southern California and Mexico.
Identification: Agave deserti usually grows in tight clumps, but this subspecies is often solitary. Rosettes are 12-19" (30-48 cm) high and 16-24" (40-60 cm) around. Leaves are 8-16" (20-40 cm) long and 1¾-3" (5-8 cm) wide, grayish or bluish green, with toothed edges, and often with bands of varying color across the width of the leaves. Flowering stalks are 6½-13' (2-4 m) tall. Individual flowers are yellow, 1-2" (3-6 cm) long, appearing from March to July.
Agave deserti ssp. deserti on Desert-tropicals.com
Agave deserti ssp. deserti on eFloras
Agave deserti ssp. deserti on Plants of San Diego County, California
Agave deserti ssp. deserti description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 25 May 2020.