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Nothing is more hip right now than succulents and we have every kind you could ever want for your garden or office! And one of the largest and most popular of the succulents is the Agave plant.

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The Australian climate is ideal for the hardy agave. They thrive on sunshine and heat, they can withstand the toughest droughts and are your ideal “set-and-forget” kind of low-maintenance plant option.

We at Hello Hello Plants & Garden Supplies have a large range of agave plants for sale. Our agave are available in various shades of green and yellow, leaves slender like a needle or broad like a giant flower, and are available in many sizes from a desktop plant to a large garden feature. Agave have many common names such as ‘Agave Americana’, ‘Century Plant’, ‘American Aloe’ or ‘Mexican Aloe’.

Honestly, Agave plants fit in just about anywhere! We have a wide range of agaves for sale so for all your agave needs, we have you covered.

Chris’ Tips:

  • Remember, your agave plants appreciate a sunny vista! They really do thrive best in full sunlight so place them somewhere they’ll get at least half day sun;
  • As far as watering, less is more! The agave is built to stand up to desert conditions, so you can relax and water your agave 2-3 times per month in the summer season, and once per month or two in the cooler months;
  • If your agave plant is indoors, be sure to wipe down the leaves every so often as they can get covered in dust and it can eventually affect health of the plant;
  • Agaves don’t need to be pruned, but old leaves can be removed at the base of the trunk if required;
  • Be sure to plant your agave plant in a spot where it won’t be brushed past people or vehicles. Some agave are spiky and can hurt, whereas others, like the agave attenuata, have strong, broad leaves. If these leaves break or a piece snaps, they won’t grow back in that spot, leaving unsightly damage on your garden feature;
    If this happens, trim the leaf with scissors or sharp secateurs and reshape the leaf.
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