Agave landscape beds
If the level of enthusiasm for garden maintenance are just a few hours every few months, then added to the garden plants of the genus is working well.
Agave landscape beds are cacti types of plants that thrive in little or no water. They grow naturally in southern USA and Mexico. While there are over 300 species to choose from, the most popular species in home gardens, limited to a small number of spikes and sharp teeth edges of each leaf.
Prepare to run the plants and these plants can grow over a meter in diameter and the middle pin of the best routes and the edges of the court. If you are going to protect people and animals from entering the property, so maybe this is a good idea.
Maintenance consists of pulling the old, dead, brown leaves from the bottom of the plant body. I usually water them once a month, if only to wash away dirt and rotted that could blow the leaves. Sometimes you can also cut the ends of the agave leaves to keep the ends tidy.
These institutions are spread by smaller Agave landscape beds grow out of the frame plant near the ground. When the “puppies” is a small runner roots, they can be carefully cut away from the plant and another plant a garden bed or pot.
Agave landscape beds loves full sun and sandy soil that drains well. Remember that these plants grow long flowering stem, but do not expect to see the flowers for some time because the plant can last 5-40 years flowers