This plant is native to Sierra de Coalcoma; Michoacan, Mexico. This plant is 1 of 4 new species described in 2013 in the Marmoratae group. This plant is related to Agave gypsophyla. This is a solitary non-clustering species with nice wavy leaf margins, longer spines and teeth and produces more leaves than gypsophyla. The plant can grow to about 2ft tall and about 3ft wide at maturity. Grow this plant in full sun to partial shade. Flowers are orange.