Agave victoriae-reginae, commonly known as the Queen Victoria Agave or Royal Agave, is a striking succulent plant that belongs to the Agavaceae family. Originating from the Chihuahuan Desert of northern Mexico. It creates a flawless spherical cluster comprised of rosettes. The leaves are thick and rigid, designed to conserve water in arid conditions. Each leaf is adorned with prominent, raised white markings or bands that run horizontally across the dark green surface. These white markings create a striking contrast and give the plant a distinctive look. The Agave victoriae-reginae has relatively slow growth rate.