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the agave may be the only ones that live in your zone - my brother grows many types of agave in ohio with no issues -
The large variegated plants are Agave lurida, the variegated
The large variegated plants are Agave lurida, the variegated plants next to the fence are actually "Java White" Copperleaf
and behind the palm. There is one little Perilla magilla hiding behind the agave, and a few impatiens along the right edge.
large spiky plant is agave lurida
“Red Mulch” — David Rose
Morel Landscape
North Grove Residence
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Agave with small fern type
“agave” — indigodesigner
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
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what agave plant is this exactly? how old is it?
Agave vilmoriniana These are about 3 years old and planted out from a 5gallon
Decorate the Landscape With Versatile Agave
Agave vilmoriniana These are about 3 years old and planted out from a 5gallon container
ground covers, smaller agaves and vivid blue urn, carrying the narrative along to a beautiful conclusion.
How to Use ItAgaves are extremely versatile
marginata) and Weber’s agave draw your attention with their thick, fleshy leaves, adding both color and texture to large landscapes.While agave looks great when
Three-dimensional focus. The dynamic placement of large, sculptural agaves has turned this small condo garden into a terraced vignette worthy of admiration
“like the plant” — dalmida
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Lotusland, in California, has to be one of my favorites. Large architectural agaves (USDA hardiness varies) stand sentry while two blue atlas cedars (Cedrus
Blue in the garden. From the silvery blue-green spears of agave to the violet-blue of the iris, you can find every shade of blue in the garden
Plinths with balls and agaves...The violet blue agave plants...love agaves and colored stones...the color of Agave--silvery blue-green...clumps, giant agave...Agave attentuata replacement...agaves! yes!...Blur agave
“LOVE BLUE” — berry04
Annie Thornton
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Agave parryi var. truncata and Echinocactus grusonii (Parry Agave and Golden Barrel Cactus)
Parry agave. Good to zero degrees. Yeah!
Parry Agave(Agave parryi)I may be biased, because this plant shares its name with my brother, but there’s something majestic about Parry agave. This plant
ends. Consider planting this agave away from path edges — but it belongs in the center anyway. See how to grow Parry agave
easy to see how clean and compact A. parryi got its nickname "artichoke agave." Dusty blue leaves provide a cooling foliage foil to their usually dry and
plant out of arm’s reach if that is a concern. Contrary to popular belief, agaves do flower more often than once every hundred years — though not much more
“Agave” — Bonnie Greenawalt
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
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What is the name of the ground cover around the agave?
Agave and dense, creeping plant — like this green spruce sedum
Agave and a creeping plant. Low maintenance
agave, green spruce sedum and "puffy" plants
The plant growing around the agaves is a green spruce sedum.
Agave plants may feel like you’re toeing the line between garden sanctuary and
“Idea for pot planting” — laznik
Cornerstone Architects
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A majestic agave plant can create an effective barrier in areas where you’d like
A majestic agave plant can create an effective barrier in areas where you’d like some view to filter through, whether your space looks onto a beautiful
I like this plant - agave cactus?...Love the Agave!!...blue agave...majestic agave pant
“limestone building siding” — dhamiltondesigns
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Calonian was right — the large agave like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red
Use plants as sculpture. Some plants, such as this agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11)
agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11), so dramatic
Use plants as sculpture. Some plants, such as this agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11), are so dramatic that they effectively function as living sculpture
agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11)...The Agave looking plant is Furcraea.
“Palm tree” — deweyp01
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