Browsing: Agave

Agave is a genus of succulents in the subfamily Agavoideae of the broadly circumscribed family Asparagaceae. The species are native to Mexico, southern and western United States and central and tropical South America. The name of the genus derives from the Greek word "agavos", meaning "noble".

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Agave pelona (Mescal Pelon)

Agave pelona (Mescal Pelon) is a superb, solitary succulent plant, similar to Agave ocahui. It forms a beautifully rounded rosette up to…

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Agave americana (Century Plant)

Agave americana – Century Plant is a solitary or slowly clumping, large leaf succulent with a basal rosette up to 13 feet (4 m) wide. The leaves are…