This plant here did not flowered yet and until that happens
some changes in it make up may occur.
I also think this individual here were somewhat shadowed.
It is one rain dragged plant that fell down from the high cliff.
This plant seems to be a brand new species from the South.
It comes from Southeastern Paraná. Paraná is also the home of Dyckia fosteriana, a well known majesty.
I just know young adult plants and never saw one at blooming.
I was told this plant produces red small flowers in slender flower spike.
It is a rock dweller plant and no green form was seem up to now.
This plant gets much redder and silver than this, resulting in a beautiful new addiction to any collection.