Dyckia brevifolia

Also known as:

  • Pineapple Dyckia

Plant Type

bromeliad

Zones

8b-11

Size

H:24"
W:36"

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained

Water Needs:

drought tolerant, dry in summer

Sun Exposure:

sun

Special Situation:

heat tolerant

Features

Flower Color:

yellow

Foliage Color:

green, silver

Flower Season:

summer

Texture:

glaucous

Foliage Season:

evergreen

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Terrestrial bromeliad, many small rosettes of green leaves, very easy. This plant from Argentina and Brazil provides one of the best possible combinations of coolness and indestructibility. An easily grown terrestrial bromeliad well suited the xeric bed, it forms dense clumps of small, bright green rosettes, eventually spreading into a clump 1' wide or more! Yellow flowers may appear on a long stalk. I had heard of it being cold hardy in hot climates like Texas, but I've recently learned that it can take an average Pacific Northwest winter in stride, provided adequate drainage. Hardy to somewhere in the teens F, or perhaps lower.

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