There is lots of potential to see more Dyckia's that are Variegated.
Just look at Sansevieria's, it was that long ago where variegated Sansevieria were only found in a few Species but now almost all of the species have a variegated form. It's just a matter of time before we see more.
I far as I know there are only 2 variegated Dyckia's around. That being Dyckia 'Dakota' and Dyckia velascana 'Suppressed Anger'.
|Dyckia velascana 'Suppressed Anger'|
Some people think Dyckia 'Yellow Glow' is variegated I don't think so because the variegation can disappear and can reappear if it likes or dislikes the growing conditions. If it was a variegated Dyckia the variegation might not be the best but it would still be visible.
I have seen a variegated Dyckia at Tropiflora a few years ago it had no tag so I don't know what it was or anything more about it. I don't think they have any more, I have not seen it in a long time. If I remember correcting Ray said it rotted. This was the best variegated Dyckia I've seen, so far.
I have also seen photo's of what some call variegated Dyckia's but I don't see the so called variegation in them, I think it was just hopeful thinking on there part. Sorry guys.
One was a Variegated Dyckia marnier -lapostollei and the other was Dyckia platyphylla x Dyckia 'Charlot' called Dyckia 'Amber Queen'.
Constantino in Brazil has plants and photos ofVariegated Dyckia velascana at
and Dyckia hebdingii Variegated that he found out in the wild that is very nice.
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Constantino in Brazil has plants and photos of
Dyckia hebdingii rubra and variegated