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Mar 29, 2018 6:54 PM CST
|Those agaves look like variegated Agave de-meesteriana instead of Agave attenuata... there are actually little nubbin-like spines along the leaf edges of this plant, while attenuata would be completely spineless (including at the tip).
Compare these two photos... the first plant does have a few small teeth along the margins, and the tips are well armed. There are a few other differences.
Whatever the name, those two agaves in your picture look like they're doing really well, especially given they're in containers.
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