The rare Puya dasylirioides from Costa Rica is unusual in several ways. Almost all other Puya species are lined with painfully sharp spines, but this species has completely smooth leaves. And while most Puya species live in arid conditions much like cacti, this one chooses to live in soggy peat bogs. This odd Bromeliad flowers throughout the summer with an impressive 4 to 7 foot tall flower stalk lined with bright blue blooms. This is a cool-climate species that is untested in warmer conditions. It's a very desirable collector's plant.
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