Nov 23, 2014

Dyckiq hebdingii Arco-íris (rainbow)

This astonishing beautiful hebdingii was found when a small seedling in nature by Djenes Dalfovo and me.
At that time the small seedling presented just two or three pinkish stripes.
Look, it turned out to be this marvel.


Dyckia fosteriana-fosteriana Star of Brazil

Star of Brazil is a very beautiful plant and it is pure fosteriana.
I made it myself.

Dyckia White Fang by Richard KaZ

Nov 21, 2014

Dyckia sp from Diamantina-Minas Gerais

Dyckia sp from Diamantina

A small plant that shows just a hint of color.
A Dyckia doesn´t need to be as colorful as a Brazilian macaw to be dazzling beautiful


Nov 17, 2014

Dyckia reitzii rubra Fronteira (frontier)

Dyckia paucispina, an Amazonian species

...and this color is true.

Dyckia ibiramenis rubra

A surprisingly beautiful look!

Dyckia Brittle Star X Dyckia goehringii white, the same cross as Dyckia chameleon

All by myself made!
Dyckia Brittle Star X Dyckia goehringii white.
Of course I am much proud of it, wouldn´t you?
Beauty, that is all that matters....I want your eyes on it and I want them to be bathed in beauty.
Better and the best of all this is a Dyckia and this means living is eternal or very close to it. 
Flowers are a celebration of life and joy in Dyckias.
Aging? Dyckias just get better and better with the passing years.
Nothing compares!

Nov 16, 2014

Dyckia Chameleon (Brittle Star X goehringii white)

I made this cross and I am loving the resulting plants.

To the fanned forms fanatic Dyckia fans

Yes, a compact Dyckia estevesii,.
a colorful short leafed one.

Yes, this is a rarity: Dyckia encholirioides fanned form

Nov 15, 2014

A new Dyckia species is just found ...going wilder than wild.

Yes, a brand new found one.
Walter Miguel Kranz, Clenilson souza and me...
Notice the leaf formation.
It is almost distic and better than that a different way to show the foliage.

It is in Ibirama, Santa Catarina.

The yellow flowers belong to an orchid, oncidium, also native to the area.

They look like a quetzal tail.

Dyckia brevifolia and a taste of honey... in its habitat.