I confess to an infatuation with agaves and have a few in my yard and also some in pots. Not a super collection like Germanstar, but enough to keep me happy. My favorite agave is A. parryi. I love the form, the color, the size, and the fact that it does well here with little attention. My favorite of the parryi are the truncata variety.
So yesterday at HD I happen on this 15 gal beauty. What really caught my eye is that this is not a solitary plant, but rather three equal size heads growing out of a common center. Can't say I have seen this before in truncata, in fact I don't think I have ever seen pups on a truncata. I assume the core of the original plant was damaged, either by accident or intentionally, and this is the result. Now to find a suitable place to plant it--------