Agave, also known as Agave palm, belongs to the Agave family. Agave is a perennial evergreen large herb plant native to Mexico. Because its leaves are relatively firm and green in all seasons, it is one of the important materials for garden cultivation. , grown in greenhouses in the north of the Yangtze River Basin for cultivation. He prefers fertile, well-drained soil. It usually takes decades for the place of origin to bloom, and the sow will die after development, and only one flower can be pollinated to bear fruit. His scriptures are shorter, and the more they generate oval shapes. The smaller one is about 145 to 25 centimeters. Larger ones may grow to a meter level. The smooth green ones have a whitish band, and the flowers are yellow-green and fleshy.

Agave likes to be sunny, a bit cold-resistant, not shade-tolerant, and likes to grow in a cool environment, suitable for growing at around 15 to 25 degrees Celsius, and kidneys at night. Suitable at ten to 16 degrees Celsius. If the temperature is above five degrees Celsius, we can cultivate it outdoors, and the pages of adult agaves will be slightly damaged at minus five degrees Celsius. Thirteen or four degrees below zero. The leaves on the ground will be affected by the underground stems, as long as they are not dead, they will grow again the next year. The winter is relatively cold, which is the most beneficial for its growth. Its drought tolerance is not strong, and its requirements for soil are not too far, mainly fertile, ventilated and drained soil.

Agave prefers strong sunlight, so it can be used in an environment with plenty of sunlight. If the sunlight in the environment is not enough, it will cause poor growth. This is the original state of the guitar. In winter, the sunshine conditions are relatively poor, and special Pay attention to its cultivation environment. Provide as much sunlight as possible. In this way, the growth of agave will be better. In the dark country, we can use household electric lights to supplement him with light. Otherwise, the growth is relatively poor. In severe cases, it will also affect its ornamental value and make it not so good-looking.

Agave has strong vitality, which also means that it can withstand harsh environments. Even in winter in the south, there is mainly sufficient sunlight, and it can also adapt to the lowest growth temperature of about 7 degrees Celsius. Therefore, when When the temperature is too low, we can cultivate indoors. The rest of the time can be cultivated outdoors. As far as the level is concerned, his demand is not very high, but during its growth period, we must give it sufficient water to make it grow better. In winter, it enters a dormant period, and it is not suitable to water too much, otherwise it will cause root rot.

The growth rate of agave is relatively slow. Therefore, we don’t need to introduce it to him. Anyway, changing the screen frequently will not only not help the plant, but will make its growth worse. It is more suitable for a dry environment. Therefore, we can use drainage for its native land. Good sandy soil. Agave is very adaptable to the environment. So in terms of fees, we don't need to charge much. He will grow in poor soil and will not affect her development. However, fertile soil will also make it grow better. We recommend that the number of times of thinking should be once a year. Do not apply fertilizer frequently.

Agave can be divided into branch propagation, cutting propagation and seed propagation. Most agaves only bloom once in a lifetime, and the mature plants will slowly die after blooming. Generally, it takes many years to accumulate nutrients, and then germinate and grow wildly. This will consume all the energy and soon die. will die. For branching, we can do it during the growing season and when changing pots in spring. Remove the seedlings next to the old plants, and plant the rooted ones directly in pots. For cuttings, we can remove the germinated shoots and dry them in the sun for five to seven days during the growing season together. After the market is dry, plant them in well-drained, air-permeable soil, and they will easily take root and germinate. The success rate is also relatively high.