51 days ago

Agave Attenuata - free to a good home - collect from site before Sunday evening

Nichole from Mount Eden

Having a massive clearance in our garden.

These agave attenuata range from excellent to good condition.

So easy to grow - just stick the stalks into the soil and they’ll do their thing with very minimal watering. Wonderfully drought tolerant and very sculptural.

Can collect from our central Mt Eden location at no charge.

A range of sizes to choose from.

Agave attenuata is a species of agave commonly known as the Foxtail, Lion's tail or Swan's Neck Agave for its development of a curved inflorescence, unusual among agaves.[3] Native to the plateaus of central west Mexico, as one of the unarmed agaves, it is popular as an ornamental plant in gardens in many other places with subtropical and warm climates.[4]


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