Agave americana is cultivated as an ornamental plant. Agaves are sturdy, architectural plants that provide a visually stimulating and low-maintenance addition to your garden. It is also a popular landscape plant in beach gardens in Florida.
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The bloom stalk can grow a foot per day, topping out at more than 25 feet tall. Agave has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, allowing it to heal wounds, burns, and skin irritations.
Agave grow best in the sun, and in places where they received direct and reflected sun. Water and cold are the two primary threats to blue agave. Water weekly for the first month after planting, then let the soil dryt. After that once-a-month watering is adequate spring through fall. Do not water at all during the winter. These plants have spiny tips. Therefore, when planting, gardeners will want to wear leather gloves and be cautious while handling.
|Hardiness Zone||9b - 10|