Soda Straw Dyckia! This seedling spontaneously occurred amongst other plants in the nursery several years ago and, thanks to keen eyes, it was spotted and saved. It produces numerous thin, narrow leaves which are modera... More
Spider Witch! This Dyckia hybrid is one our selections from a batch of Dyckia choristaminae x seedlings. We selected it because we like the unruly, mounding rosette composed of a multitude of narrow, 8 in. long, ri... More
Silver spirals! If you like the terrestrial bromeliad tribes of Dyckia and Hechtia then this plant will be one of your favorite plants for container culture. The wide, symmetrical, rosettes spread out beautifully in ... More
Smooth flowing foliage! These bizarre epiphytes grow out of small crevices on sheer stone cliffs. The 3' long narrow spineless bright-green foliage cascades; at a distance resembling a frozen waterfall. Most effective when m... More
Red on red! Certainly one of the showiest species with rusty-orange leaves and bright red flower stalks with red flowers. Flowers in late winter when little else is flowering. Unmistakably unique container plant ... More
There are certain genera where there seem to be numerous different representatives in the wild, yet there is very little good information about identification and naming. Either there is very little c... More
Spiny pineapple! The silver-green foliage of these Chilean bromeliads spread to form numerous rosettes and makes an interesting accent in a dry garden. The glossy blue-green bell-shaped flowers are borne in upright pa... More
Puya castellanosi is native to Salta Province, Argentina, where it develops into low dense colonies to 10' wide or wider over many years. It inhabits dry rocky slopes at elevations to 3500m. Individua... More
Puya harmsii! Puya harmsii originates in the mountains of northwestern Argentina. It forms small colonies of medium sized rosettes with leaves that are green-gray above and nearly silver beneath.... More
We observed this Puya at elevations near 3400m in an environment that can be described as high, dry grasslands. The plants developed short trunks to about 3' but typically produced multiple rosettes f... More
Dyckia like Puya! This Puya originates from Southern Bolivia where it grows on steep rocky hillsides in dry Chaco habitat. The leaves of this species are much thicker and rigid than most other species of Puya that we ... More
Syn. Tillandsia maxima On our first trip to Argentina we encountered this huge growing Tillandsia clinging to steep walls of sheltered canyons in Northwestern Argentina. We were blown away not only by the size of the plant'... More
One morning years ago, on one of our trips to California we were in Santa Barbara and encountered this Billgelia hybrid blooming in the display garden at one of the local nurseries. They did not have ... More
Bigeneric hybrid! This plant is a bigeneric hybrid between Puya laxa and Dyckia x (D. fosteriana x D. platyphylla). The plant has an upright, open growth form and free form style. The leaves are olive green with a silv... More
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