How do you remove a giant century plant?
There is a very well established, LARGE plant. It was planted well before we moved in and it is overwhelming a beautiful rose bush, whomever planted right next to it. Additionally, it is pressed up against our house and has run out of room. We want to remove it as it and all the other agave plants that were put in years ago are taking over the yard, fence line, etc. The core is as thick around as a person. What is the best way to remove it? What type of root system does it have? Can i possibly remove it without killing the rose bush? (It is old also with a base stem as thick as my wrist.) Any suggestions would be appreciated.