It is a brand new finding some 300km southwest Dyckia delicata lives in nature.
Thank to a Internet video made by trillers some Botanists saw something special and took the time to search for it. The land lord gave them permission to see the surroundings and several other species were there ans what a surprise a looking like delicata was there too and many many of them.
Maybe long ago and far away in time we had just one single species and all we see today comes and derives from it. This primeval one Dyckia may be one Dyckia tuberosa. So all the modern species come from tuberosa and the mixes occurred in nature.
Seeds will be bigger? Racemous stalk or one unbranched one?