Giant Cabuya

Agave cabuya, also known as Giant Cabuya, is a species of agave that is native to southern Mexico and Central America. Its leaves are long and pointed, growing up to 2 meters in length, and it has a unique flowering structure with a tall spike bearing many small, white, or yellow flowers. It is known for its fiber, which is used for various purposes including rope, paper, and textiles, and its young flower stalks are edible. The plant is drought-tolerant and easy to grow, making it a popular ornamental plant in many parts of the world.

Giant Cabuya

(Agave Cabuya)



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