Agave chazaroi A beautiful and recently described species of Agave that was discovered near Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico at around 3300. It forms relatively open rosettes to 5 feet wide with broad stiff glossy deep green young leaves, broadest in the middle, with slightly wavy narrow reddish brown margins – older leaves a paler yellow green. Young plants have small spines along the leaf margins but aside from the terminal spine, the mature leaves are nearly spineless, with only small teeth-like spines near the leaf base. Hardy to 32 degrees. May require partial shade in extreme heat.