Kodimaxi added on January 9, 2018 | Answered

Can you cut agave leaves to make more plants,like with cacti ?

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Answered on January 10, 2018

Yes, you could do that, but, in order to propagate them like that successfully, it would take a lot more effort than what most people are willing to do. It would be far easier for you to collect bulbils (little rounded things on its main flowering stem), or its 'pups' (little smaller offsets or plants) growing out of the side of the plant at the soil level.

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