Agave angustifolia ‘Marginata’, or Variegated Caribbean Agave, has stiff short, sword shape leaves with cream colored margins. They have a dense round rosette of leaves borne from a very short trunk. It forms clumps. Leaves will reach up to 20 inches (50 cm). Has marginal teeth . Blooms after ten years or more die after flowering but new plants may develop from suckers at base. ( Have never seen the flowers!)
The plant used to make mezcal (tequila), rope, food, soap and other products are also made from the fibers and pulp. A popular ornamental , is much favored for use in rock gardens
Family: Agavaceae Scientific Name: Agave angustifolia var. marginata or Variegated.
Origin: Native to tropical Costa Rica and Mexico Common Names include: Variegated Caribbean Agave, Narrow century plant
Info Source – http://www.cactus-art.biz. Pictures taken at KBR Park, Hyderabad.