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Agave attenuata is native to Jalisco, Mexico. They send out lots of pups and are great if you need to cover a large area.Agave attenuata require light shade to sun. They originated in the Mountains of central Mexico.
They grow in clumps to 5 feet tall and 5 feet diameter. Water infrequently. Propagate by Suckers (called pups), seeds,
bulbils from the inflorescence. Agave attenuata is a tropical agave and is frost sensitive. This agave will tolerate poor
soil and drought, but does much better in good soil and regular water. Blooms when the plant is 10 years old or more.
It's flower stalk is 7 to 13 feet with yellow-green drooping flowers organized as a raceme. The plant then dies leaving
suckers that grow into replacement plants.