Dyckia brevifolia 'Ribeirao do Cocho' - site

Wild brevifolia! Dyckia brevifolia is an easy to cultivate plant that forms a compact rosette of bristly, rich-green succulent leaves. It performs best in well-drained soil, and likes some afternoon shade during the summer. In late spring, 2' to 3' tall flower spikes are produced carrying brilliant, yellow flowers. The plants being offered are seedlings derived from seed sent to us by a Brazilian Dyckia enthusiast. He collected the seed from his plants that originated from Ribeirao do Cocho, Santa Catarina, Brazil.
Santa Catarina, Brazil
8b to 10
10 inches x 18 inches
$15.00 $7.50 Quart #Y06-27  In stock

Add a note about this plant!

Do you have an interesting tip or tidbit about this plant? We'd love to hear. Note: if you have a question about a plant, please use the contact form.

  • If you are a human and not a spam-producing robot, enter the words above.

Popular plant groups