These succulent tropical perennials are grown for their large, stiff, sword-shaped leaves arranged in tight rosettes. Flower stalks are rarely produced except on large, old plants. They can be grown from seed sown under glass in spring or propogated by planting the occasional suckers during spring or summer. Plants require a minimum temperature of 7C in winter. Agave bracteosa produces rosettes of spineless, narrow pale green arching leaves. It suckers freely to gradually form a dense stand. When mature a 1.5m tall spike bears a dense terminal cluster of white flowers.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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