Dyckia goehringii and some more brazilian beauties

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Constantino Gastaldi
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Dyckia goehringii and some more brazilian beauties

Beitrag von Constantino Gastaldi » Freitag, 17 Oktober 2008, 14:04

[align=center]This looks like a sculpture made of bone those left in the sun to get white.
I luv it so I am showing it in a larger picture I just get to achieve the goal of sending a better shot of my plants.
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There are some lateral shoots, u can see one, look again.
Cheers!

Constantino Gastaldi
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This gren one has a red counterpart

Beitrag von Constantino Gastaldi » Freitag, 17 Oktober 2008, 14:12

[align=center]Dyckia sp Cão- from Mato Grosso.
This plant produces a straight stalk that tries to reach out the stars....
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Constantino Gastaldi
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Dyckia sp from Northeasthern Santa Catarina

Beitrag von Constantino Gastaldi » Freitag, 17 Oktober 2008, 14:18

This promisses to be gorgeous. This plant is shapeless ´cause it came recently from the wilderness. Never seen anywhere here or there.[align=center]
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Constantino Gastaldi
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Do you like Port Wine?

Beitrag von Constantino Gastaldi » Freitag, 17 Oktober 2008, 14:25

[align=center]Neue luft übber die Dyckia Welt.[/align]
[align=center]Fresh air on the Dyckia world.[/align]
[align=center]Small and extremely dark, Novelty from Northeast Santa Catarina: The flowers are orange, deep or dark orange. [/align]
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Constantino Gastaldi
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Dyckia delicata (valid name)

Beitrag von Constantino Gastaldi » Freitag, 17 Oktober 2008, 14:36

[align=center]This came from Rio Grande do Sul very high on the mountains. These are red form. It is not small and its spines are rubbery as the much smaller Dyckia pectinata from up in the North. This is a majetic species and can reach more than half a meter in diameter.. Never ever seen abroad not even in pictures. ...a true deligth. The freshest air possible in here.
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Constantino Gastaldi
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Dyckia delicata

Beitrag von Constantino Gastaldi » Freitag, 17 Oktober 2008, 14:43

[align=center]As that American tune says: " You´ll never find another luv like mine...." It can get really cold up there. Comes from a vey hard to reach place. Moving or rolling stones are a true danger for anyone intrepid enough to climb up there. I went! Got back alive.....
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Constantino Gastaldi
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Dyckia delicata

Beitrag von Constantino Gastaldi » Freitag, 17 Oktober 2008, 14:51

[align=center][align=center]Dyckia delicata[/align]
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These plants show some damage but remember they traveled a lot and Dyckias do not recover easily. They take their time to adpt to the new conditions. A seedling adapts itself promptly and much readier. A wild caught plant take too much time to get used to the new circunstancies. Sometimes I do much better with a seed than a wild caught plant and I am in Brazil with plenty of good light and temperature.

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