The artist descibes this piece as: Mescal, Agave parryi var. truncate, is a slow growing perennial, native to Arizona, New Mexico, northern Mexico. Its leaves are grayish green with reddish brown teeth and terminal spines at the tip. Also called Artichoke agave, it is often used as an orna
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