5 litre pot
Dry, well drained soil
The Serrated Dasylirion
Dasylirion serratifolium, is an attractive and striking plant which has the misfortune of having an ugly common name; 'Sandpaper Sotol'. Dasylirion are slow growing architectural plants and are native to the arid climates of Mexico. It has long pointed fronds that fanfare from a thick trunk giving an impressive, exotic cascade. These fronds have serrated edges and kind, feathery, tufted ends. The Dasylirion serratifolium will look stunning either planted in a gravel garden or as part of an exotic planting scheme, they also make wonderful specimen plants, planted in pots or containers, these plants are very low maintenance indeed, once planted, they will need a little water every now and then in summer and in winter keep nice and dry, so if it is in the ground really make sure the soil is very well drained.
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