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Agave americana   
Agave americana 
Type: succulent 
Bloom season: late summer
Flower colors: (can get yellowish-green flowers) 
Height & Spread: can reach up to 25 feet tall;  several feet wide 
Site & Soil: sunny; winter under cover in areas subjected to frost; good potting compost 
Origin: Mexico; introduced into Mediterranean region 1640 

Use: rock slopes, sunny banks, or in large pots for entrance halls etc.; as a summer bedding plant 
Special interest: species of Agave are important economic plants, used for liqueur and other 
alcoholic drinks. Also the source of sisal. 

Agave americana masked image located in Vol. 3 Collection
Also in  Plant Photos Volume 1 

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