I photographed this lovely fuzzy headed composite while on a tour (with the International Plant Propagator's Society) at Te Horo Ornamentals nursery on the North Island of New Zealand last year. Foolishly, I neglected to record the nameâ€”if I even heard it (I don't recall). Normally I wouldn't miss a detail like the name, particularly for such a distinctive plant. I blame jet lag. The inflorescence stands about a half a metre above the ruff of leaves, while the pseudanthia are fist-size. Note that the elegantly pointed leaves in the frame belong to an Agave attenuata planted directly behind. I'd appreciate a name if anyone recognizes it. Thanks.