Puya berteroniana Blooming Blue
DSC_0431 Puya berteroniana, a bromeliad native to Chile, blooming blue at Quail Gardens Encinitas ~ San Diego County, CA. Photo by Michael Buckner, The Plant Man Nursery San Diego, CA; May 30, 2009. Puyas are tropical / arid climate plants in the Bromeliad (Pineapple) Family. This plant is 10-20 years old ~ when it blooms it is in the process of dying. The blooming process takes 6 to 8 months . . Then the plant is gone. This is a flower which requires some investment.
40 Echeveria Succulents
Echeveria types and varieties can sometimes be confused because they are so many. Echeveria types can have some similarities but can also vary significantly
Beautiful and Exotic Protea Flower Grown on the Slopes of Haleakala Nat. Park, Maui, Hawaii, USA
Final Dimensions (width x height): 18" x 24" This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display. Item #3637776