Josh and I have been collecting plants over the past 7 years and dream of owning our own (giant) nursery when we grow old. In the meantime, we are archiving what we have, growing cuts, and continuing our collective of foliage. We have a ton of fun playing in the dirt and creating arrangements, and wanted to share our museum.
Plants are certainly our muse. We eat them, cook them, plant, toil and soil them; we love plants and are avid collectors!
Today’s feature is AGAVE DESERTI!
We found this lovely pup out on our ‘property’ out in Ocotillo Wells, and she is happily repotted!
This plant is native to desert regions in Southern California, Arizona and Baja California. Used as food for the Cahuilla people. Great for hummingbirds and butterflies. Aren’t we lucky? 🙂 We are so excited to watch and track it grow. This is the only agave deserti that we currently own.