This beautiful Dyckia brevifolia may be a new cultivar.
Dyckia brevifolia var. subidensis also bears this pale shade of green but
it is a more robust plant.
Needs plenty of food otherwise it gets normal dark green.
This plant is getting enough nitrogen. It is so and also with no name.
This is a gracious plant wit a perfect rosette of lemon colored and very succulent leaves.
We have to observe the plant till blooming and also the development of its probable seedlings. We may see how the plant acts and also how are the looks of the descents.
We should not be in a hurry.
We already observe the teeth are a bit more conspicuous than the normal type Dyckia brevifolia.
This plant is just...wow!