This is about life in my gardens. One is an acre on a hillside in Laguna Beach, California and the other is an acre in San Juan Capistrano, California.
Ugh. Now, I'm thirsty.
Beautiful! Your collection is quite striking and I appreciate any opportunity one takes to share agaves! I wonder if the second, reddish purple brown one is indeed and agave? Perhaps a Dykia?
Danger -yes! You are right, it is a dyckia! Thanks for the correction!
Those are lovely Agaves. I envy you. I've tried to grow them is Seattle without much success. The top photo reminds me that my Agave parryi truncata died just this past winter.
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My husband is an avid collector of succulents and cacti. One of his favorite plants are Agave. I can't wait to show him your collection!
Lovely plants and lovely photos! Any reason to celebrate the agave is OK by me.
Last summer I became fascinated with agaves and acquired several. Last winter was our worst on record. This spring I have fewer agaves! From now on, only in planters that can be wheeled into the garage! Your photos are beautful!
Nice collection of Agave! Very beautiful. I have thee types of agaves myself. They are pretty to look, but painful to touch :)
One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Floor! I wish an Agave would stay alive here. They would look great on either side of the driveway!~Randy
That bottom phoot is so beautiful!!! Wowzers!!!
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