These century plants are located at Indianola near the
corner of Brighton and Comal. The flower
spikes are approximately 15'-16' tall. (June 2006)

The century plant, a member of the Agavi family,
is found across the U.S. southwest and Mexico.
They do take a long time to bloom,
but not a century.
In Mexico the plant is used to produce
tequila, pulque and mescal.




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