In my earlier post about Agave victoriae-reginae, I mentioned that the one I actually have at home is 1) kind of a blue-green color and 2) has almost imperceptible backward-angled spines along the leaf edges.
Now that I have a usable camera,1 we can back up and I can offer some retroactive proof for what I was talking about.
About the blue-green color:
The backward-pointing spines (you may have to open the picture up to full-size to see anything; the clearest image is in the upper left quadrant of the picture):
So. I'm glad we got all that out of the way. There'll be some make-up posting about the Spathiphyllums eventually, too.
Photo credits: all me.
1But holy crap does it ever run through batteries quickly. Granted that I've been taking a lot of pictures, but even so, I've only had the damn thing nine days, and I've already used up 26 AA batteries, by my estimation. This is ridiculous. And, since the camera was a floor demo model initially, I didn't get the AC adapter cord that would have let me take pictures without batteries (because the guys at Sears didn't know where it was, or at least that was my impression). It's still cheaper than film would have been, all told, but holy crap.