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Agave, the plant of the century

There are 221 species of agave growing wild from southern North America to Central America, the West Indies and northern South America. Agaves grow in arid regions and have radiate (rosette) leaves that are fleshy, often with sharp thorns on the leaf edges. They are grown as houseplants and succulents, but there are also many cold-hardy varieties that can be planted in gardens west of the Kanto region. Many of them take many years to prepare for flowering and grow stems from the center of the rosette to produce flowers, but after flowering, the plant dies. Translated with (free version)
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