|DYCKIA ‘Gary Gallick’||Whipkey, David||circa 2005|
Mature rosette to 18cm. diameter. A white- marginated form which vegetatively sported off Dyckia leptostachya. The original plant had a few albo-marginated leaves. Successive generations of the plant produced pups with more albo-margination until virtually every leaf had the trait. The inflorescence has a short-stemmed, typically bright orange, bell-shaped Dyckia flowers. .In strong light, the rosette centre blushes pink. Reg. Doc. 4/2019.
Country of origin: Texas USA
|Seed Parent: leptostachya|