This is from Western Cactus.com
Closest I could get to the two big agaves in my garden. I want to add more to that area. A friend said I could have some from her too-closely packed bunch. But it seems hard/impossible to dig them out individually, they're so entwined.
Can you get the picture? If not, I'll take one and post.
Question: If I cut them off at the stem and replant, will they grow new roots?
If the answer is "No" I won't bother.
If you can cut/pull/twist out any offsets ("pups") you should be able to
root them. Let the cut ends dry before gently settting them into a pot
filled with a well-draining potting mix. Keep the rooting mix *barely*
damp and keep the plants you are rooting out of direct sun and wind.
Leave them in the pots until they begin to show strong growth--don't
rush to get them in the ground.
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