I've had several Agaves in plastic nursery pots for over a year. Some of them were inherited, and some I bought.
I finally put them into permanent pots, or at least pots that will hold them for a few years.
Agave weberi 'Arizona Star' was the first:
I've been wondering what I was going to put into this white pot, and I think I've found the perfect plant for it!
What was labeled as Agave parrasana 'Globe':
Agave americana that I got from Loree in a trade will get big so I gave it a bigger pot than it looks like it needs:
I'm curious to see how large this will get this summer. Not that I need more big potted agaves to try and overwinter indoors...
It's already done a fair amount of growing. See its original form here.
I potted up some of the various pups too:
The ones that I moved to the south side of the house where it's blazing hot get some shade from other plants, at least for a little while:
I thought I was finished with this task but found a couple of more agaves yesterday that are still in plastic pots. I also thought that I was out of terra cotta pots but found a few more, so it looks like I'll be doing more of this again soon. Fun but a bit dangerous!