|DYCKIA ‘Silver Mine’||Przetocki V||2011|
Mature, multi-headed rosette 32 cm diameter. Recurving, prominently spiny, silvery leaves, to 2.5cm. wide, which lose the silver trichomes on the leaf ends and taper to a point. The erect flower spike is 68 cm tall. The scape has the lower half green and upper half brown, sparsely covered in brown hairs. Scape and floral bracts are green with silvery ends, sepals are orange/brown and the flower petals are orange. Basal offsets are also produced. Reg. Doc. 8/2017.
Country of origin: Western Australia
|Seed Parent: marnier-lapostollei||Pollen Parent: fosteriana|