This member of the Agavaceae
family was given this name by Sereno Watson in 1878. It is found in
the southern part of North America, growing in a well drained soil
with little to some water and lots of sun. The stem can grow to 25
centimetres in diameter, the plant up to one and a half meters
height with a four meter inflorescence with white flowers.
|Author: ||Sereno Watson 1878
part of North America
Sotol, Grey Sotol, Sotol, Common Sotol, Desert Spoon,
Latin name in Greek means: Tufted lily.
It is dioecious.
Former a member of the Liliaceae family.