Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
Mangave Moonglow (R)
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Mangave 'Moonglow' (R)

Unique and colourful succulent creations that are highlighting Xeric gardening
  • Instantly collectable, a new and exciting development in succulent breeding
  • Colourful leaves with unusual patterns and shapes make Mangaves a must-have
  • Spotted leaves with a beautiful blue undertone
  • Low maintenance and easy to grow and perfect in a pot
  • Supplied as an established plant in a 15cm pot, ready for potting on

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Not as recent marketing would have you believe a plant that has been created for men, but rather a new and exciting development in succulent breeding that is taking the gardening world by storm.

A cross between the Manfreda and the Agave, Mangaves are becoming increasingly popular as the interest in Xeric landscaping grows - the process of gardening that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental moisture from watering.

Manfredas have rosettes of coloured leaves branching from a very short stem, often with creamy, tubular flowers at the end of a long stalk. Agaves on the other hand are well known for their strong succulent leaves that form large rosettes. These interesting hybrids combine the best features of both types: the better growth rate and the interesting patterns and colours of Manfreda, and the habit and refinement of Agave.

Varieties can be spotted, blotched or plain green in various shades and with an interesting texture, they can be a bit pointy, but definitely not as prickly as a cactus. Some of the varieties have really interesting leaf shape too, from slim and long to short and broad and wavy or straight too.

With long, flat leaves that are lightly spined to form a low and wide plant, 'Moonglow' is a beautifully spotted Mangave with a bluish tone to the leaves, that has been compared to the effect of a moonlit night. The silvery blue-green leaves seem to almost glow with dark purple spots completing its ethereal effect.

Compact in growth and visually stunning, Mangaves make a perfect patio plant, sitting happily in a pot through the summer on your decking or balcony, they will then make a perfect houseplant through the winter in a bright room.

All varieties should be watered only sparingly as they are ideally suited to dessert, arid conditions and are lovers of warm temperatures - they make an ideal specimen for a greenhouse or as a houseplant for a bright rooms - indeed anything less than 65F will result in the plant becoming dormant.

Supplied as an established plant in a 15cm pot, ready for immediate potting on. H25cm x W55cm (10 x 22in)

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Item 510953 supplied as:

Supplied as an established plant in a 15cm pot, ready for immediate potting on.

Eventual height and width: 25cm x 55cm (10 x 22in).

 

Plant Care Information

Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Protect From Frost
Protect From Frost
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow

Top Tips

Overwintering plants should be kept them cool with the soil barely moist. In spring, return them to the garden and reintroduce to full sun gradually to prevent scorchig. Plants will colour up better in sunlight outdoors.

Care Information

Planting Advice for Mangave:

  • Using a gritty compost, plant into a container.
  • Firm the soil and add a gravel mulch to the top of the soil
  • Water well and leave to settle for 2-4 weeks before watering again when the soil is dry

 

Aftercare Advice from Mangave:

  • During the summer water regularly at roughly fortnightly intervals when the compost is dry. In winter, reduce to a maximum of once a month, and then only lightly.
  • Keep the plants in a bright, unheated room or conservatory over winter and then move back outside during the summer.
  • Feeding is not normally required, although during their growing season, they wont object, and you should add light nitrogen feed once a fortnight.

 

Pruning Advance for Mangave:

  • No pruning is needed. Any leaves that have dies back should be removed with a sharp pair of secateurs.

 

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Fully Grown Plant Dimensions (approx)

Plant Dimensions
25 cm
55 cm
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