Dyckia Black Gold , a fine example of terrestrial bromeliad has rosettes of spine-margined purplish-black leaves tht are silver on the lower surface.
This dark foliage Dyckia differs from othe dark leafed bromeliads in that its flower is golden yellow and rise on a thin slithtly branched inflorescence that will attain the height of 2 feet above the foliage.
Plant in bright light to full sun to enhance the dark color of the leaf.
Provide good drainage and occasional to very little irrigation.
We are offfering a well-established plant that is about 6 inche tall and about as wide.