(You know you have too many, or just enough, plants when you start referring to them as a collection instead of “my houseplants”)
Agave ‘Kissho Kan’ – I never actually imagined I would find one of these in person. It doesn’t seem to be a very rare plant based on how much I see it online, but here in Canada it’s a whole different ballgame.
Agave parryi var. truncata – Agave parryi has also been a long favourite, one of the first Agaves I really loved in the sea of A. americana (the big, floppy leaves did (do) little for me, especially variegated) with a tight, clean looking rosette with a perfect and clearly visible spiral pattern (which mine won’t clearly show for a few more years but I’ve got time).
This really cuts down on the number of Agaves I need to really round out my collection, still looking for Agave victoriae-reginae and maybe something with filaments on the leaves and dare I say done after that? (Ya right, I’d still buy almost any I saw but it’s a nice thought)