|DYCKIA ‘Kina’||Thorut C / Devonshire A*||2008|
Mature rosette to 16cms. diameter. Recurving, semi-glossy, bronze green leaves with mahogany edges and white retrorse spines. Foliage reverse is heavily-coated with silver trichomes. "Kina" is a Maori word meaning "Sea Egg". This cultivar was bred in Thailand but seed-raised in New Zealand. Grex siblings = D. 'Koru', 'Taniwha', 'Ata Rangi', Te Ariki', 'Marama', Matariki'. Reg. Doc. 2/2014 by A Devonshire.
Country of origin: Thailand / N.Zealand
|Seed Parent: marnier-lapostollei||Pollen Parent: Charlot|