|1.5 - 2 m
|Sisal plants consist of a rosette of sword-shaped leaves.
|Since the sisal has sharp edges and is poisonous to animals and livestock it can be used as a security fence, however it t is mainly used for fibre production with the fibre commonly made into rope in most parts of Africa.
|Drought tolerant but water regularly.
|Coastland, desert, planted forests.
|Young leaves may have a few minute teeth along their margins, but lose them as they mature.
|Desert Botanical Gardens, Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America.