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Agave

(Agave americana)
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General Info

Agave plants resemble sea urchins, featuring hundreds of soft spines radiating from a central solid core
When they bloom, they send a tall stalk shooting straight upwards
There are more than 200 species of agave plants. Ranging from the Agave Americana to the Agave parryi, this diverse plant family presents an extensive variety of shapes, sizes, and colors

Watering

Agave plants require watering only when the soil has completely dried out
It's crucial to use well-draining soil, such as rocky, sandy, or cactus soil, to prevent water logging and root rot
Avoid over watering, as these plants are susceptible to root rot in overly moist conditions

Light Requirements

For optimal growth, Agave require full sun exposure, receiving at least six hours of direct sunlight daily.
Ensure they are not exposed to intense afternoon sunlight, which can cause leaf burn.
Providing adequate sunlight is crucial for maintaining the health and vigor of Agave

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