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Weber's Blue Agave

Weber's Blue Agave


Succulentopedia

Agave tequilana (Tequila Agave)

Agave tequilana (Tequila Agave) is a fast-growing succulent that forms large rosettes of fleshy, blue-green to silver-green leaves that…


About Our Ingredients

Health Garden’s Blue Agave Nectar is 100% all natural and organic: our agave nectar is delicious, organic, gluten-free and kosher with no harmful additives, artificial chemicals or genetically modified ingredients. Packed with antioxidants, nutrients and pure, natural sweetness, agave nectar contains no corn by-products and can be used as a substitute for high-fructose corn syrup.

Our Process

Agave Powder is produced using the best raw material, the Blue
Agave Tequilana Weber. This alternative to conventional sweeteners maintains all the benefits from the Agave Syrup with the versatility of being a powder. Made 100% from Blue Agave and enriched with agave inulin, a prebiotic fiber, which makes it a unique functional and natural sweetener free from any other additives.

Health Benefits

Agave powder is safe to use in daily consumption and can help manage diabetes, hypertension and obesity when used in moderation as part of a healthy lifestyle!

How to Use

Agave powder is a great alternative to regular sugar due to its mild, pleasant taste. It can be used in virtually any recipe as a substitute for regular table sugar, honey or high-fructose corn syrup. Add agave powder to your favorite recipes and use it with your favorite beverages. Agave powder can be added to yogurt, oatmeal, sauces, marinades, jams, salad dressings and desserts. Or as a topping on pancakes, waffles or French toast. You’ll be blown away by its versatility!

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Learn How To Grow & Care For The Agave Blue Glow Plant

Giving a solid facelift or overhauling the landscape in your home garden entirely might seem like a great deal of effort. But that wouldn’t be so if you went for a succulent such as the Blue Glow plant which remains robust and full of vigor all through the seasons.

It’s a perfect plant for bordering and brings a striking contrast especially if you’re looking to grow it alongside other outdoor plants. Follow through this guide so you can grasp all it takes to grow and nurture this Agave variety.


Cross-cutting Issues of the Agave ‘Blue Glow’ Plant

Can I Propagate My Agave ‘Blue Glow’ Plant?

The downside of variegated Agaves is they don’t produce any offsets which fall from the mother plant and grow on the edges of the growing medium. It also can’t be propagated using seeds. So, the best route to go about it would be to grow a whole new plant once the old one dies after blooming.

Is This Plant Toxic or Invasive?

All Agaves ooze out a sap that’s usually poisonous. The Blue Glow plant can cause stomach upsets when ingested or irritation when the sap comes into contact with your skin. Using water to wash off the affected area can help lessen the irritation. Being both a hybrid and slow-growing plant, this variety isn’t invasive.

Suggested Uses of the Agave ‘Blue Glow’ Plant

For the most part, this hybrid is an outdoor plant that suits gardens with rocks. It also fits quite well in the midst of cacti plants. If grown in containers, you can easily move it indoors when it’s winter. This succulent has the potency to survive even when the temperatures are freezing.

Its foliage becomes more radiant if it’s growing under bright sunlight. You’ll need to place it near a window that gets the best access to light if you’re looking to grow it inside a container. Since Agaves growing indoors don’t spread wildly, you can use them to facelift the aesthetic design for your shaded patio or balcony.


Watch the video: Making tequila, harvesting a blue agave plant in Mexico