Traducción de agave en Español:

agave

pita, n.

Pronunciación /əˈɡeɪvi//əˈɡɑvi/

nombre

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    pita femenino
    • Plants such as tree ferns, agaves and olive trees can all be grown quite well.
    • In warmer climates such as those of California and Texas, I've seen it growing with desert plants like cactus and agave.
    • Species with leathery leaves such as agaves, aloes, echeverias and sanseverias are the obvious choice because they can tolerate extremes of heat, cold and drought.
    • Rather spookily, an agave and some opium poppies had survived last winter almost unscathed.
    • Hot yellows and reds are very popular right now and in the last five years agaves and yuccas have been making impressive architectural statements in gardens.
    • As a native Californian, she was particularly drawn to plants that define Southern California gardening, such as agaves, bush anemones, cycads, and New Zealand flax.
    • Some vascular plants have also developed succulence, a condition in which the tissues are spongy and swollen for storing water, as in cacti and agaves.
    • While the garden's toughest souls - including agaves, plumbago and ornamental grasses - remain healthy enough to prevent us from feeling total despair, other plants are showing signs of stress.
    • A sustainable cropping system is used to harvest the agave plants just before they flower.
    • Anchor the landscape with permanent plants that look good year-round; Armann planted agave, lantana, rosemary, and yucca.
    • Hosta sieboldiana ‘Elegans’, the grey-blue tinge of an agave and the blue flowers of nepeta all work in harmony with the piece.
    • Maguey is a kind of agave with succulent leaves and a sharp thorn on the tip.
    • Its larger counterpart, the agave or century plant, like a tank-trap, can still be seen used as a washing line, with the clothes hung on the huge spikes.
    • They lead into pine forests as well as impressive stands of coastal sage scrub and chaparral communities notable for Mojave yuccas, prickly pear, and agaves.
    • Spiny agaves are limited to the front yard, while softer plants grow in back, where the children play.
    • The often steep and rugged lower slopes of the mountains are dominated by cacti, agaves, yuccas, and thorn-bearing shrubs.
    • As we began descending from mountains into the desert, I saw agaves, cacti, and ocotillo thriving on the dry, rugged slopes.
    • Succulent plants such as agaves, aloes, and echeverias are often associated with heat-loving landscapes.
    • Two features make the Chihuahuan Desert region unique: the vast temperate grasslands that skirt the mountain flanks at mid-elevation and the diversity of yuccas and agaves.
    • Indeed, Mediterranean plants and succulents like agaves work splendidly in coastal and desert plantings.