Jan 31, 2012
Dyckia lindelvaldeae X Dyckia marnier-lapostollei
This is a very young hybrid plant.
Hybrids, when they show beautifulness in tender young age it does mean they will be gorgeous when adult. Accompanying this development is always a pleasure and one of the main reason I dedicate my time to these wonderful plants.
I am into their beauty no matter a bit if species or hybrid they must be glorious dazzling beautiful plants.
Besides hybrids preserve the species where they live in nature and they can me made even more beautiful than their parents no matter pure strain or not.
Posted by Constantino at 10:49 AM
Jan 30, 2012
Dyckia sp discoides
This is a most beautiful new finding in my State, Santa Catrina.
I still refer to it as SP as the plant is under description and will be for three more years to avoid the problems we find and found with hurried descriptions...
This plant is in the mood for blooming now...
Posted by Constantino at 11:12 PM
Dyckia hb Tarzan by Bill Baker
It gets almost black and white under our Summer Sunshine.
Posted by Constantino at 11:05 PM
Look true Dyckia goehringii never bend down its leaves in order to look like a Coco Chanel wig.
..But all its hybrids have the ball like look or that Coco Chanel wig looks.
White pure snow white looks....
Dare! Dare to compare
I just have seen fakes, willing to be and pretenders....I´ve seen no pure strain outside Brazil..
Take a good look here on these sprouts.....
Posted by Constantino at 7:28 PM
Dyckia dawsonii var. Bill Baker
This is a young plant but this cultivar is said to be Bill Baker´s and one of the prettiest.
The leaves are very narrow and the spines are huge.
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Inside we can see more than dreams.....surprises and gifts too and all my best wishes of good luck.
This is me and at my Post Office balcony ...
I proudly say:
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Jan 29, 2012
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This is an American cultivar.
Dyckia dawsonii is a very mysterious plant and it was never found in nature after its discovery....
One of the rarest plants under cultivation in Brazil as almost no one keeps it.
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Dyckia sp from Lagoão
Have you ever dreamed of a plant like this?.
Time has come for you to have your own Lagoão...I have seeds.
Email me and this dream may be half the way to you....
...half the way to come true.
Posted by Constantino at 9:51 AM
Dyckia bloom can be magnificent......and scented!
Who said Dyckia blooms are meaningless?
Posted by Constantino at 9:30 AM
Dyckia hb Liz Taylor
Dyckia magnifica X Dyckia delicata rubra
I do think these hybrids will be among the most spectacular Dyckia hybrids around the end of our Summer this year. Notice these seedlings are beginning to color up and show their huge teeth.
Seeds germinated in April, 2011.
I still have those very same seeds in the fridge, if you want them....
Posted by Constantino at 9:20 AM
Dyckia sp from Lagoão
Lagoão is a new finding and a spectacular one! Next March we shall be able to show it in nature.
Posted by Constantino at 8:56 AM
Red Dyckia sp delicata aff. from Tomba Bodes Slope
...early this Sunday morning and still wet by the night dew...
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