A species from Tamaulipas state of Mexico. An easy to grow species that forms large, silvery-scurfy rosettes. Oddly, the offsets come off with soft, glabrous leaves, developing the scurfy appearance that protects them from the sun, as they mature. The narrow, spiny leaves are rather soft (for a Hechtia) and the tips naturally die back and curl.
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x Putia 'Gecko'
NO HOLDING - MUST SHIP IMMEDIATELY
A spineless Puya laxa hybrid from Bryan Windham. It has light green recurving leaves with white scurf. A medium size growing plant. Does best in high light.