Agave lophantha plant Care and Instruction
The plant is as fuss-free as it gets and needs very little care. In spring and summers, the growing season, feed your agave plant monthly with a well-balanced fertilizer. However, don’t fertilize in the dormant months of winter. Agaves are slow growers and don’t need frequent repotting. Repot them every couple of years in a new succulent potting mix to give them a fresh growing medium. Use non-glazed pots for better growth. Most agave plants are propagated by offsets, also called pups, that grow along with the main plant or by tissue culture. In Some varieties, they can also be propagated by seeds.
Light – Agaves require bright direct or dappled sunlight for at least 4 to 5 hours a day, especially in the growing season of summer and spring. Even when indoors ensure that it gets at least bright indirect for good growth.
Place – A bright south-facing window or balcony will be a perfect spot for your little Agave plant. You can also place your agave in a well-lit living room.
Water – Daily
Fertilizer – As needed
Temperature – Normal