Furcraea macdougalii is a spectacular and dramatic plant. It grows from a large rosette with very long, dark blue-green narrow leaves that point stiffly upward. The leaves have small hooked teeth on their margins. It eventually forms a thick trunk. At maturity Furcraea macdougalii resembles a cross between an agave and a small palm.
- Light: Full sun
- Water: Very drought tolerant. Allow to completely dry out before watering.
- Additionally: Very long living.