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century plant

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Agave americana is also known as century plant or American aloe, in the arid areas of Central America, Mexico, India, Africa and Southern Europe.
The only way to consume Agave Americana is by fermenting the liquid from the plant to create an alcoholic drink called pulque.
De la revision bibliografica, el herbario y el trabajo de campo se determino que para la elaboracion del licor Comiteco se han venido utilizando las especies Agave americana L.
Estas son: Abutilon theophrasti, Agave americana, Azolla filiculoides, Carpobrotus edulis, Carpobrotus acinaciformis, Araujia sericifera, Cortaderia selloana, Cylindropuntia rosea, Opuntiaficus-indica, Oxalispes-caprae, Arctotheca calendula, Arundo donax, Cenchrus ciliaris, Chloris gayana, Egeria densa, Ludwigia grandiflora, Lonicera japonica, Eichhornia crassipes, Ailanthus altissima, y Nicotiana glauca.
CHOOSE succulent plants such as Agave americana Variegata, Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop and Cordyline australis.
Un ejemplo de esto es la especie Agave americana, llevada por los europeos a las islas Azores, Canarias y gran parte de la cuenca del Mediterraneo, en donde se convirtio en una especie ornamental muy importante.
English violet (Viola odorata), Agave americana, and African marigold.
Mr Brown said: "Twenty-eight years ago I planted a small specimen of Agave americana on the newly constructed cactus mound in the recently landscaped Temperate House.
Agave americana, which became known as the Century Plant in the mistaken belief that it blossomed only once in 100 years, is monocarpic, meaning this is the first and last time this shoot will flower.
The Agave Americana 'Marginata' commonly known as the Century Plant, has reached the stunning height of 25ft 9in.
The Agave americana marginata, commonly known as the century plant, has reached a stunning height of 25ft 9ins at the gardens in Edgbaston.