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Agave is a genus of succulents in the subfamily Agavoideae of the broadly circumscribed family Asparagaceae. The species are native to Mexico, southern and western United States and central and tropical South America. The name of the genus derives from the Greek word "agavos", meaning "noble".

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Succulentopedia Agave durangensis

Agave durangensis

Agave durangensis is a succulent that forms large rosettes of fleshy ashy-green leaves with a rough-textured surface, nipple-like…

Succulentopedia Agave x romani

Agave x romani

Agave x romani is a succulent that forms rosettes of pale green to bluish-green leaves with nice red-brown edges. It is quite variable in…

Succulentopedia Agave inaequidens

Agave inaequidens

Agave inaequidens is a monocarpic succulent that forms a short-stemmed rosette of light green to yellow-green leaves. The rosette grows up…

Succulentopedia Agave 'Blue Glow'

Agave 'Blue Glow'

Agave 'Blue Glow' is a beautiful slow-growing succulent that forms a solitary rosette of chalky blue-green leaves with thin bright red…

Succulentopedia Agave 'Joe Hoak'

Agave 'Joe Hoak'

Agave 'Joe Hoak', also known as Agave desmettiana 'Joe Hoak', is a fast-growing succulent that forms attractive rosettes of leaves with…

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