Dyckia hebdingii is a species from south Brazil thriving in places like Rio Grande do Sul. Pale green silver frosted leaves are quite sharp armed with tiny thorns on both sides of the leaves. In the wild, it share habitat with cacti other interesting plants where it is observed growing on rocky cliffs. It can be grown in full sun but it is best to grow it in indirect sun to which will avoid burnt leaf tips and spotting.
Maximum Size: H:6" x W:10"
Light: Part Shade/Part Sun or Full Sun
Water: Part Damp