You probably can’t beat the Agave when it comes to drought-resistant, water-wise plants. This hardy succulent has evolved over millions of years to survive in semi-arid environments where water isn’t always available. Agave leaves store water and their coated surfaces prevent evaporation. The agave root system is also designed to capture moisture not only from rain but from condensation and dew.
When first plant out your Agaves, water every second day for the first week, then cut it to half in the second week and taper off until you are watering only once every ten days to two weeks. They need full sun and a well-draining soil.
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