Privacy Hedges for your Home

Ring a Bell Farms

DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION


EXCELLENT QUALITY

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$25

$25

$20

$35

CLUSIAS

PODOCARPUS

SMALL ARECAS

LARGE ARECAS

15 Gal Pot

15 Gal Pot

6 Feet

8 to 9 Feet

Installation: $15

Installation: $15

Installation: $15

Installation: $6

CLUSIAS

15 Gal Pot

$25

Installation: $15

$25

PODOCARPUS

15 Gal Pot

Installation: $15

15 Gal Pot

$25

Installation: $15

$20

Installation: $6

6 Feet

SMALL ARECAS

Installation: $15

$35

8 to 9 Feet

LARGE ARECAS

INSTALLATION $15 + DELIVERY COST BASED ON LOCATION

DELIVERY COST BASED ON LOCATION

  • Provides Privacy from Neighbors
  • Easy to take care and maintain
  • Improves your property's appearance
  • Good alternative to fences
  • Provides security to your home
  • Cost Effective

18955 SW 177th Ave Miami FL 33187

RING A BELL FARMS

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Agave Blue Tequilana
Agave Blue Tequilana

Agave Blue Tequilana

Regular price
$10.00
Sale price
$10.00
Unit price
per 

A fast growing agave that grows to 5 feet tall and wide with 3 to 4 foot long narrow leaves of a beautiful shade of blue gray and brown sharp terminal spine and margin teeth. It sends out pumps, both near the plants base and several feet away on rhizomes so give this plant some room.

Agaves are not difficult plants to grow. If you are the type of person who likes to set it and forget it, and have a sunny window, Agave might be the plant for you. In general Agave doesn't need to be repotted every year. Most of the species commonly found in cultivation grow very slowly and will take a long time to outgrow their pot. It is also best to handle your plant as little as possible, since they do not like to be disturbed. 

Plant in full sun in a well drained soil and irrigate very little. This plant needs to be grown where temperatures do not drop below 25°F or even below 27°F for extended periods. This is the plant used in the Jalisco, Mexico as the base ingredient of the distilled spirit called Tequila where it has been cultivated since before the Spanish arrived. Other products derived from this plant include aguamiel and pulque. It is considered a domesticated species without any wild populations known to exist.