Dyckia 'Red Devil'

Also known as:

  • Red Devil Dyckia

Plant Type

perennial, cactus / succulent, bromeliad

Zones

8b-10b

Size

H:10"-15"
W:18"

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained

Water Needs:

drought tolerant, dry in summer

Features

Flower Color:

orange

Foliage Color:

red

Flower Season:

spring, summer

Foliage Season:

evergreen

Tags

spiny
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This, one of the most colorful Dyckia in our collection and a probable hybrid between D. platyphylla and D. leptostachya, grows to 10-15" high and 18" or so wide in reasonable time with elegantly spined rosettes of deep olive green, burnished intense red, more so with more light. Spring and summer flowers are of burnt orange atop 2' stalks. One surprise is the reported frost hardiness, with some testimonials to 8 °F though we'd be a bit skittish there; we're more confident in the mid teens briefly, mid USDA zone 8, probably colder if dry. Fine container plant, a bit slow growing and offsetting so will remain within bounds for some time.

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