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Succulents in SW Florida

Agave americana (Marginata)

Agave americana (Marginata)

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  • Mike Malloy (3)
Succulents, such as this agave attenuta, grow well in the Southwest Florida climate. The plants are able to withstand dry conditions, hot temperatures, strong winds and poor soil conditions, and they require little maintenance.
  • A bloom on a peruviana is shown. Flowers from succulents attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
  • Most succulents grow well in container gardens, which is a good option for seasonal residents. Pictured here is a pachypodium lamerei in sandy soil.
  • False agave
  • Agave americana (Marginata)
  • Blue agave

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