Agave geminiflora Agave geminiflora, commonly known as the Twin-Flowered Agave, is a striking succulent native to Mexico. This eye-catching plant is characterized by its compact rosette of narrow, lance-shaped leaves, each adorned with distinctive red margins and small white threads, giving it a unique and visually appealing appearance. It typically reaches a height of 1 to 2 feet and is well-suited to arid environments, thriving in well-drained soil and full sun. Agave geminiflora is drought-tolerant, making it a low-maintenance addition to xeriscapes and desert gardens. Its striking aesthetics and adaptability make it a sought-after choice for ornamental landscaping and container gardening.