Agave Exact by JUDE



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  • Jude likes Aloes and Agaves!  And there are lots of Aloes & Agaves out there!
  • PLEASE see Judes' Aloe page for lots of Aloes for sale!!
  • Jude does all the work, and Jude gets all the money after paying for shipping cost!
  • Many Agaves/Aloes will begin shooting pups forming tightly growing clumps as can be seen in pictures.  You can allow to grow like this or you can gently pull away smaller plants by hand or use snips.  Individual cuttings are for sale as well as seeds.  Cuttings will need to be potted and given 3-4 weeks approx. to begin rooting(some may already have roots), please see our Care page on rooting.
Drought tolerant when established.   Protect from freezing temps. 
Seeds are sold in sets of 20, 25 etc.
Cuttings are sold individually, you can purchase 1 or ....
  • ***Some tips may already be naturally dried, broken etc, this is natural for a succulent with so many fragile tips, but we always do our very best to send the nicest plants available.  Brown tips will be minimal but this is just a heads up for anyone expecting absolute perfection in a living succulent with dozens of tips.  ***These may also be baby/juvenile plants that will outgrow older leaves.   Also, direct and intense sun/heat can bring out color hues that full shade does not.  Aloe/agave colors can vary based on time of the year, temps, sunlight, watering etc.***

Customer Reviews

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C.A.
Aloe collection

They are so beutiful..Shipping is very fast too!

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B.L.
Great plants

I received all my plants in great time. They were all healthy and in great condition. My only suggestion would be to add care and planting instruction for various zones. I’m new to the succulent world so hope i transplanted everything right. Love my plants

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S.Q.
Agave pups

Nice pups and looks good.

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Y.
Beautiful Aloes

Ordered a cutting and a potted aloe. Both arrived safely and are lovely. Thank you Jude!

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S.
Love the aloe cuttings & customer service

Received two aloe cuttings - an aloe aborescens and brevifolia. Neither had roots yet, and after a few weeks of letting them sit on newspaper with no sign of roots, I reached out to the company. I also noticed the aloe brevifolia had developed root rot -probably due to the humid climate I live in. They said to plant the healthy one in soil, and after two weeks the aloe aborescens was starting to root! I also informed them of the issue of root rot, and they sent me not one but TWO fully rooted aloe brevifolia in the mail within a week for free. Couldn't ask for better customer service, and quick email replies/support. If you have any issues, make sure to reach out as the company will make it right. Now the plants seem to be doing well and I can't wait to see how big they grow!
Thanks, Jude!