Aug 16, 2016

Dyckia plant in my garden.

Dyckia pampeana.

Yes, species!
native to the extreme south of my country it was once easily found  found way south on the vast plains of Brasil and Uruguay. But, but the sheeps lips saw it faster than we.
Edible and found amid grasses it was vanished from nature and then a friend found some hidden within an old woody fence post where the sheep lips could not touch is so brand new just a few eyes saw it. Scientists call it pampeana for it thrives on the pampa lands...the cuttiest tiniest Dyckia species.


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