A highly ornamental “Century Plant” that grows up to 6’ high and 8’ wide with gently arching, blue-green leaves. It makes a lovely, glowy focal point for a dry garden – just make sure to position it where it has plenty of room to spread out. Generally spineless – in a good way – some plants may have fine, dull teeth along the edges. Once mature, it will produce a single, towering flower stalk topped by multiple dense, branching clusters of yellow flowers before passing on. Leave the stalk on after the flowers fade as it often produces baby plants from the pollinated flowers that tumble down and plant themselves in the ground for freebies. Nothin’ like a rain of sweet, succulent babies! Plant in well-draining soil and avoid overwatering. Attracts bees and hummers. Tolerates extreme drought once establish. Deer resistant.