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Propagating an Agave Plant

Published on May 3rd 2020
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This agave plant has been busy growing pups (little plant babies!) for the past year.
When an Agave plant grows this many babies, the mother plant has difficulties growing more.
In this video, I show you how to separate them safely, so all of the plants can continue growing in their own space.

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Learn more about the Agave plant:


Agave spp.

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