|They don't always look their best, but that may be preferable to multiple amputations, which can lead to Agaves that look disconcertingly like a pineapple. (Sometimes it's an Aloe polyphylla that you misidentify.)|
|Usually they look fabulous!|
|Sometimes they're in cool containers.|
|(Sssshhh, I cheated, that's a Yucca) behind the Sempervivum|
|Agave stricta on the right (I think)|
Increasingly, on garden tours lately, I've discovered there is often a Schefflera too.
On Hardy Plant Study Weekend, there were also a lot of Hydrangea asperas.
With their weird, fuzzy, bumpy, lumpy flower buds.
And rarely, every so often, there's a Podophyllum.