- Agave will tolerate any well-draining soil, but their preference is rocky or sandy soil.
- Water it every four to five days for the first month. Then once a week, gradually spacing watering to every other week, depending on the weather.
- Agaves are shallow rooted. You can grow them in any size container because they don’t need much soil. Use a well-draining soil.
Scientifically known as Agaves
Pronounced as [ah-GAH-vay]
The Agave plant, which originated in Mexico, the Southwest US, and Central & tropical South America, is an easy care, impressive looking succulent plant that makes a great indoor or outdoor plant. These succulent plants have multi-layered rosettes of thick fleshy leaves with spiny margins that end in a sharp point.
|Dimensions||17 × 17 × 25 cm|