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Located in San Diego. I’m doing something different with this spot so free to whoever would like to come by and get it.

 

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On 6/22/2022 at 7:19 PM, blue240z said:

This plant is gone 

You sure about that?:lol:

 

Agave's like to set up shop underground. Just keep your eyes peeled lol 

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Oakley, California

55 Miles E-NE of San Francisco, CA

Solid zone 9, I can expect at least one night in the mid to low twenties every year.

Hot, dry summers. Cold, wet winters.

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44 minutes ago, Patrick said:

You sure about that?:lol:

Agave's like to set up shop underground. Just keep your eyes peeled lol 

Hah, true!  I dug out an Angustifolia Marginata from a spot about 2 years ago and transplanted it to a different area.  A couple of weeks ago a random agave flower stalk broke the surface, and is now about 2 feet tall.  It has no rosette or anything else above ground...just the stalk!  I'm tempted to leave it just for the curiosity...

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35 minutes ago, Merlyn said:

Hah, true!  I dug out an Angustifolia Marginata from a spot about 2 years ago and transplanted it to a different area.  A couple of weeks ago a random agave flower stalk broke the surface, and is now about 2 feet tall.  It has no rosette or anything else above ground...just the stalk!  I'm tempted to leave it just for the curiosity...

" Agave americana  = spawn of satan,   ..that won't die ( kill mamma and the pups seek revenge ),  but likes to stab and claw at you when you try to clean it up, or remove it ( and it's children ).. "  hahaha.. 

One reason i don't grow most of the big species, except a few like  palmeri  or chrysantha.

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In a smoky voice:

 

'HALOWEEN 2022, you've seen Michael, you've seen Freddy, but THIS is the horror film you've been DYING to see....... "Spawn of Agave" Coming to a biennial near you soon!'

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Oakley, California

55 Miles E-NE of San Francisco, CA

Solid zone 9, I can expect at least one night in the mid to low twenties every year.

Hot, dry summers. Cold, wet winters.

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Yep part of threaten its gone is the pups it shoots out. Its twin is still in place but probably next on the chopping block.

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