Sep 25, 2009

Dyckia encholirioides bloom against a cloudy sky.
Spring but we have just 13 centigrades this late September morning here in Santa Catarina, Brazil.
This huge Dyckia species is native to our sandy South Atlantic seashores. It is used to cold winds and salt water sprays.
Dyckia encholirioides blooms beautifully and at plenty in fact a field of Dyckia encholirioides at full bloom is a sight to behold.

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