15 Giant Puya Coerulea Seeds-1048A

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**I LOVE plants that can be neglected and still thrive well!** **GROWN ON OUR FARM HERE IN TENNESSEE ** *GIANT PUYA COERULEA* Giant Puya Coerulea - A terrestrial bromeliad that grows in Chile's Mediterranean region! The narrow silvery-green spine margined foliage grows in dense tufts to 5 feet tall from which arise the tall scarlet-branched stalks of bluest flowers with prominent yellow stamen in spring. Plant in full sun to light shade in well drained soil. Drought tolerant! Hardy to 14 F. Makes large clumps in the garden and also good as a durable container plant! Giant Puya Coerulea, native to Argentina and Chile! Enthusiasts cultivate these plants for their showy stalks and blossoms! According to the Fine Gardening sites, these plants add a colorful, tropical flair to any gardens! Common Name: Puya Genus: Puya coerulea Plant Type: shrub or succulent Plant Height: 5ft. Plant Spread: 2-3ft. Sunlight: hot overhead sun Soil Moisture: dry between watering Plant Uses: barrier, pot, mass planting, accents Plant Pruning: Remove spent flowers & leaves as they form. Garden type: Suits tropical, contemporary & dry style designs Plant Origins: South America Plant Seasonality: Evergreen #1048-A WE OFFER COMBINE SHIPPING ALL OVER THE WORLD....