Can you cut agave and replant?

Agaves and other plants that produce clone offshoots or “pups” are very easy and rewarding to divide and transplant. You can make your gardening budget go farther with a little effort and patience by including them in your garden design, or if you‘ve run out of room, they can even make great gifts!

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People also ask, does Agave attenuata die after flowering?

After flowering the flower spike which grows to about 1.5m (5?) will die but suckers from the new plant will form at the bottom of the old plant meaning it will continue to grow in your garden.

Secondly, how do you grow agave attenuata? Easily grown in slightly acidic, sandy or gravelly, moist or dry, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates part shade. Keep in a frost-free area in winter and put it out on the patio or balcony in summer. Drought tolerant, this agave does not do well in desert heat.

Also question is, how do you transplant agave foxtail?

Rock the shovel back and forth under the root system to pop the agave from the ground. Cut away any pups growing from the root system as well as any damaged, dead or diseased roots. Allow the foxtail to sit outside in a shaded area for a few days so the exposed tissue starts to callus over.

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