Agave marmorata: Three Years Of Growth

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November 2010:
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Yesterday:
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  1. I am always fascinated seeing Agaves grow just in the garden, we can have them only in containers and have to put them inside in winter.

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    1. It takes real skill to grow them in your climate. Here they are the easiest of the easy. But in your climate gardeners learn and acquire excellent gardening skill, while we do not!

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  2. Based on the margins surrounding the last picture, it looks as though everything surrounding the agave has grown impressively too. Happy Thanksgiving Hoover Boo!

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    1. I need to take a photo from the exact same spot to show the difference. Most everything was from a 4" or 1 gallon pot.

      I hope you and your family had a fine Thanksgiving, Kris.

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  3. What a happy agave! Happy Thanksgiving, Hoov and pups!

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    1. The same to you and your family, kind lady.

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  4. That is a lovely plant. You are getting good amount of growth.

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    1. Despite almost no water at all. It has strength.

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