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Agave?-180709-RK-1 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Please ID this plant-with Fam. ID. The flowers are those of the plant on the right. Had to cut the lower section out of the picture since the plant was in a sorry condition. Pic taken in Lalbagh, Bangalore on 12-07-09.
I think it to be Agave sisalana, native of Mexico, widely cultivated elsewhere, commonly known as sisal, sisal agave, sisal hemp ... but I am not sure if there is OR are any other close species.
I have one photo at
the agave in your picture [beautifully taken !] looks to be the same as in mine. Will wait for any further comments.. Thank you for helping out.
Pl. check if their are prickles at the margins of the leaves to determine the species as per keys available under