580 agaves Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Annie Thornton
Huntington Desert Garden
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
“Succulant” — bcrill
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
what agave plant is this exactly? how old is it?
Agave vilmoriniana These are about 3 years old and planted out from a 5gallon
Three-dimensional focus. The dynamic placement of large, sculptural agaves has turned this small condo garden into a terraced vignette worthy of admiration
tone of the giant succulents is also repeated in the ground covers, smaller agaves and vivid blue urn, carrying the narrative along to a beautiful conclusion
use of agaves in succulent garden
“front yard mix” — davidpizzi
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Cordyline australis, Red Leptospermum, Agave attenuata
Cordyline australis, Red Leptospermum, Agave attenuata
How do you plant this agave this close and tight together when this variety grows
Pittosporum crassifolium 'Compactum' and the succulent in the foreground is Agave attenuata.
'Compactum' and the succulent in the foreground is Agave attenuata.
Cordyline, agave, and pittosporum - although I prefer variegated
related to yuccas and agaves, making those plants natural garden companions. Notice the resemblance between the cordyline and the agave in this design by Donna
pittosporum (Pittosporum crassifolium 'Compactum', zones 8 to 11) and foxtail agave (Agave attenuata, zones 10 to 11).Naturally occuring beach landscapes are visually
“LOVE!!!!!!!!!!” — troopie
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Bottom left: Agave attenuata. Purple flowering: Salvia leucantha. Cheers.
no-maintenance garden. Plants are living things, and even if a plant such as an agave requires much less water than, say, impatiens, it still needs water, particularly
The agave and the salvia leucantha...agave attenuata...Agave nepeta salvia...agave and purple flower...Mexican sage and Foxtail Agave...Agave attentuata mixed with Citrus...Foxtail Agave and Mexican Sage...Love, love the agave!...Beautiful agave!...Foxtail Agave and Boulders...Foxtail Agave...agave and...agave attenuata
“Color of windows” — joomicoscio
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
plants around agave...Agave & false agave...agaves and flowers...Agave and color...Agave garden...Soften the agave...Octopus agave
“Front yard” — jimjebbia
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
flavidus -Kangaroo Paw Senecio mandraliscae - Chalky Fingers Agave palmeri - Palmers Agave Dracena draco - Dragon Tree Festuca glauca - Blue Fescue
drought tolerant plants - agave (century plant), blue fescue, kangaroo paw
less work in the long term. This garden features a mix of strong-formed agaves along with grasses, wildflowers and additional succulents. All of these
L’agave américaine, Agave americanaChez l’agave les feuilles et les fleurs sont comestibles. Le fameux sirop d’agave ou miel de cactus
autre produit, la tequila, est fabriquée à partir de l’agave bleu (Agave tequilana).
possible and opt for a water-wise alternative. This planting of century plant (Agave americana, zones 7 to 10), blue fescue (Festuca glauca, zones 4 to 8), kangaroo
“red thorn of crowns in the foreground” — shevock29
Schwartz and Associates Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Planting Details
blooming plants are Cotyledon orbiculata rubromarginata. And the large plant is Agave attenuata. The palm plant in the background is Chamaerops humilis.
the small rose cactus in the wall and the Agave above...
succulent garden with echiveras growing in face of rockwall, agave and others.
sold succulents are not suitable for colder climates.Shown: Echeveria and Agave attenuata
“plant idea” — nuzhat34
Mediterranean Landscape
Large agave and blue senecio groundcover
Too much agave too close to path. Santolina? Olive is grey blue.
Agaves lined up........Agave lane...octopus agave border and walkway...Wow! Agave!!!
“Agave” — keelyjcolor
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