Desert Spoon is native to southern Arizona and is commonly used as an accent plant. The sawtooth leaves are blue-gray with a coarse texture and grow in a lovely rosette shape. It is both heat and drought resistant. Mature plants will occasionally produce cream colored flowers on a long plume-like stalk.
- 4' by 4'
- Moderate growth rate
- Creamy white at the end of a long stalk.
- Leaves have hooked "teeth".
- Low water use.
- Remove dead leaves by pulling them out if they come easily; otherwise leave them to protect the trunk.
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