December 28, 2012
December 26, 2012
|Dyckia velascana 'Suppressed Anger'|
One was a Variegated Dyckia marnier -lapostollei and the other was Dyckia platyphylla x Dyckia 'Charlot' called Dyckia 'Amber Queen'.
and Dyckia hebdingii Variegated that he found out in the wild that is very nice.
You can see at:
Constantino in Brazil has plants and photos of
Dyckia hebdingii rubra and variegated
December 16, 2012
Maybe some where down deep in it genes is a Variegated chromosome (or what ever you call it) that will one day show up in a offset.
December 6, 2012
December 3, 2012
Scilla socialis or some times listed as Ledebouria socialis. This plant is the variegated from and is a some what rare plant. One reason it is rare is because the offsets are not always variegated and the ones that are are not always the best. As you can see not all of the leafs are variegated.
December 1, 2012
November 30, 2012
November 19, 2012
Arizona f2 #4|
|Dyckia Arizona f2 #5|
|Dyckia Arizona f2 I thank|
|Dyckia by me and I have no idea what's in it|
Dyckia Larry the Chopper
|Dyckia Heaven and Hell|
November 18, 2012
Today is November 17, 2012 and these are the dyckia's I see flowering or going to flower in the coming days/weeks.
Dyckia Silverback f2 the last time it flowered was March 2011
|Dyckia Silverback f2|
Dyckia goiana sp. goiana the last time it flowered was June of this year.
|Dyckia goiana sp. goiana|
goiana sp. goiana |
Dyckia hebdingii f2 don't know when it flowered last.
Dyckia marnier-lapostollei x Dyckia beateae I think this is the first time it's flowering.
|Dyckia marnier-lapostollei x Dyckia beateae|
marnier-lapostollei x Dyckia beateae|
November 15, 2012
Hechtia montana was slow to root but once rooted is growing what I would call fast.
|Hechtia montana January 12, 2012|
November 13, 2012
See the link below why this will happen.
From :American Journal of Botany 98(5): 872–895. 2011.
I wish they made a list with all bromeliads on it.
Or at lease a little bit easier to understand for us non-science types like myself.
I also wish the BSI would do a article about this for us non-science types.
November 9, 2012
Stolons - can be 6 or 8 inches long maybe longer but that’s the biggest pot I have them in.
Offsets - new plants form just a little way from the base of the parent plant