Mangave Aztec King
Mangave Aztec King
Mangave Aztec King
Mangave Aztec King
Mangave Aztec King
Mangave Aztec King
Mangave Aztec King

Mangave Aztec King

Regular price$38.97
Pot size: Medium - 6"
Size Guide

Easy! I don't need much
Full sun
Full sun
Pet Friendly
Yes. We get along great
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12"- 16" tall (with pot)

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Get to Know Me

I'm a succulent, native to the southwestern deserts of the United States and Mexico. As a rare hybrid, I bring interesting patterns and colors to your garden or indoor landscape. My broad silvery leaves are speckled with burgundy and I form a spiky rosette.


I'm easy to get along with—I love low humidity and don't need much water. In fact, my roots will rot if you overwater me. I can also be outdoors in warm weather—rabbits and deer won't bother me.


I can help you reduce stress
I will boost your productivity to the roof
I can help your home look beautiful
I will help you remove toxictoxins from the air
How to take
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65 to 85° F. Keep me away from cold drafts, air conditioning or heating vents, and hot surfaces like radiators or furnaces.
Allow soil to dry out slightly between waterings.Water using distilled water. You also can leave tap water sitting out for 24 hours before using to allow chemicals to evaporate.
Use a liquid or houseplant fertilizer at half strength. Fertilize me monthly during the spring-summer growing season.
If you notice spider mites, mealybugs, or whiteflies, gently wipe them off with a 50/50 mix of soap and water.
Trim aerial roots if they get too rowdy.
Transplant me about every two years or when I've outgrown my current pot. Choose a new pot that is 2" wider with plenty of drainage holes. Add a stake or trellis for me to climb.

I'll thrive in bright to medium light. I love heavy watering and high humidity, so a pebble tray or year-round misting makes me happy. Just don't let me stand in water.


Each one of us is unique, so I might not look exactly like the photograph. Embrace me for who I am! When I arrive, gently remove me from the box and introduce me to my new home. Check to make sure my soil is moist after the journey