With camera flash, the rain-wet Agaves look silvered. We got about .25" (6 mm) of rain Saturday night. Not a lot, but very welcome.
A. americana 'Medio-picta Alba Aurea' gets prettier and prettier. I think I'll put one out front in the Project area, where the Magnolia stellata is now. A bit of an offsetter, but not nearly as bad as A. americana, and the offsets appear away from the original plant, making it easy to remove them.
Three teeth, on the leaf tips of a juvenile Aloe petricola.
Rather charming, no?