Dyckia hebdingii, a species originating from the southern regions of Brazil, particularly thriving in areas like Rio Grande do Sul, is a remarkable plant. Its pale green leaves exhibit a beautiful silver frosted appearance, adding a touch of elegance to its overall look. Care should be taken as the leaves are armed with tiny thorns on both sides, which contribute to its sharpness.
In its natural habitat, Dyckia hebdingii shares its surroundings with cacti and other intriguing plants, often found growing on rocky cliffs. When cultivating Dyckia hebdingii, it is recommended to provide it with indirect sunlight rather than full sun. This helps prevent issues such as burnt leaf tips and spotting, ensuring optimal growth and health for the plant.
Growth habit: Small
Light requirements: Strong filtered light: Prefers moderate levels of light, such as bright indirect light or filtered sunlight. Thrives in well-lit spaces without direct exposure to intense sunlight.
Plant size and bare root info
Fully Grown is an established plant with a root system. Please be aware that our fully grown plants will be shipped without blossoms, as this ensures their safe transportation and upon arrival, they will have the potential to bloom under proper care.
An Offset (pup) is a baby shoot that develops at the base of the plant, rooting to form a new plant identical to its parent.
All plants are shipped bare root. No pot and no soil.