Agave in Sweden’s Warmer Future

As much as I appreciate the beautiful flora in Scandinavia, the brilliant yellow canola flowers and golden wheat fields in May and August respectively, birch trees with their chlorophyll-saturated light green spring leaves and the bright red rowan berries hanging so tempestuous this time of year.

But for the better part of the year, about 6 months, there is hardly any flora whatsoever. That said, down here in the south of Sweden, grass on lawns, in parks, and in public gardens is typically green most of the winter. I wonder if we’ll eventually see agave plants, like the one above shot in L.A. last week, in the warmer future…