Looking for a beautiful plant to display in the landscape this spring? Look no further than Creekside’s Manfreda ‘Macho Mocha’! This succulent has thick, rubbery green leaves that are covered in red spots. At maturity, it has a three foot clump of foliage that is topped by 8 foot tall white flower spikes in the late spring. Macho Mocha is drought tolerant and is suitable for xeriscaping. It does best in full sun and is attractive to bees, birds and butterflies. Hardy from Zones 8-10, it originated in Mexico and is a bigeneric hybrid that is a cross between Manfreda variegate and Agave celsii. It is a very cold hardy plant.