Agave atrovirens v atrovirens
A large Agave that forms a stunning rosette, to 4 m (13 ft.) wide, with huge, bluish-gray green leaves with attractive reddish thorns. It is one of the largest Agave, native to Oaxaca, Mexico, but known only from cultivation, not from the wild. It does best in a warm temperate climate, where it needs ample room and will appreciate plenty of water in summer. Agave atrovirens is fermented into pulque and roasted and distilled to make mezcal.
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