Dec 3, 2016
I have Dyckia lindelvaldeae since ever and never got it in fine pristine conditions.
These two plants, now dividing heads were about perishing and I guess I found out the way the like to be treated. They adore Sunlight an they hate dried feet.
they do love to be Dyckias, extreme ones, extreme sun exposion and humid well drained substrate.
Their large scales are very loose and the plant do not accept being under rain or being top watered.
My lindelvaldeae have a lot to improve ahead but they are already a lot presentable.
Posted by Constantino at 6:16 PM
Nov 30, 2016
Posted by Constantino at 10:23 PM
Nov 27, 2016
Yes and yes once more: all Dyckia hebdingii true, true ones! these are just some, in fact there are more than just the described one.
Posted by Constantino at 9:12 AM
Nov 26, 2016
Nov 25, 2016
This proves nothing is paralized in nature.
Everything and every species is moving, getting better acquainted to the continuous changes...
Death is satying perfec and never changing...
This is a key to the future a totally white hebdingii,
so if the sun gets too fiercy this is the saving boat to future.
..and i would like to name it Dyckia hebdingii white Christmas but this is not apropriated according to science. ..but I call it so White Christmas:
...for what life is all about but dreaming?
Posted by Constantino at 7:29 AM