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Agave plants are succulents, characterized by their large leaves that taper into pointy tips. The agave genus boasts an impressive diversity, encompassing over 250 different species. These plants range in size from expansive specimens that can reach heights and widths of 10 feet or more, to smaller species that are about the size of a dish. While most agave species possess stiff leaves and spines, there are a few exceptions with soft leaves and no spines. Optimal growth conditions for agave include rocky, sandy soil that is well-drained, thriving in full sun.
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