Belongs within: Petrosaviidae.Contains: Agavoideae. The Agavaceae are a family of narrow-leaved flowering plants, usually bearing flowers in large panicles. Historically used for a broad range of large and/or arborescent petalous monocotyledons, the family is now more narrowly defined. Leaves are arranged in a spiral rosette and may be succulent or fibrous with margins serrate or… Continue reading Agavaceae

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