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    Full of color, the Pink Puya (Puya dyckioides) is a beautiful, rare pineapple relative from Argentina that's rarely seen in cultivation. Not only do the flowers have a gorgeous color combination, but the colors deepen as the cluster matures. Unlike most Puya plants, which have very sharp and painful thorns, this one has tiny thorns that are barely noticeable. This exotic Bromeliad happens to be easy to grow, and is hardy down to 20-22 degrees F (-6 C)

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Full of color!  The Pink Puya (Puya dyckioides) is a beautiful, rare Pineapple relative from Argentina that you probably haven't seen before.  Not only do the flowers have a gorgeous color combination, but the colors deepen as the cluster matures!  This exotic Bromeliad is hardy down to 20-22°F (-6°C).  Despite being difficult to find, the Pink Puya is a very easy plant to grow.

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Fuchsias ...I always try to have these in my garden every year. they are so lovely. the purple/red is my favorite, but there is a small pink one that is pretty too.....b

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gerbera. Orange combined with yellows, fuchsia and soft pink.

My cat Buggie the Love Bug adored red roses. I'd get her an organic one and she'd eat the petals like salad! How exotic -- a cat that eats roses :)

Gorgeous color. Sweet William- sold as annual. Mine have come back for 5 years- Zone 5 IL

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So pretty! What kind of flower is this? Anyone?