A. parrasana is a small sized agave. Often referred to as the Cabbage Head Agave, it has very short broad leaves that form into a tight, symmetrical, spherical rosette, shaped like a ‘cabbage’ 40-60 cm tall, 50-90 cm in diameter. It produces few or no offsets but can form small mounds in the pot or dotted across the landscape.

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How to care and grow ?

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Humidity:

It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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