Agave Victoriae Reginae


Agave Victoriae Reginae is a spectacular, deep-green agave with white markings. Known commonly as the Queen Victoria Agave, it’s crownlike shape erupts with a stalk called a raceme once in each rosette’s life cycle, lined with cream-colored flowers. The stalk can be up to four meters tall.

Price includes planter.


Native to Northern Mexico.


Agave Victoriae Reginae prefers at least 3 hours of direct sun when kept indoors. A south or west facing windowsill is ideal.


In the spring and summer months, water them thoroughly, fully saturating the soil. Always allow the soil to dry out completely in between waterings.

Tula's Tip

To propagate, simply snip a pup growing from the base of the plant. Let the wound callus for a few days, and then plant the cutting in cactus/succulent mix. Fertilize: Fertilize once every two weeks during the active growing season. This is limited to spring and summer in temperate climates.


This plant is potted in a 10” Terra-cotta bell planter.

Delivery Method

NYC Local Delivery and Pick-up only.