By heanku

Agave again

Last summer it was a big event when the agave bloomed. People flocked here from large parts of the country to see this. The agave blooms only when it is really old, about 40-60 years old. (The plant dies after blooming)
The gardeners of the town became so surprised when they discovered this spring that there were not just one, but two agave that would bloom. They had received the agave plants from a private owner who no longer had space for them, that is why the gardeners did not know how old the plants were. So even this summer the cameras click too full in the park when all, included I, wanted a photo.

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