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  • Shannon Boyle Miller

    Pink puya. This is a very rare species which is native to Argentina. The goreous pink, blue, mauve and white flowers actually change colour as the flowers mature.

  • Carol Corke

    #flowers #garden #pink flowers The Pink Puya (Puya dyckioides) is a rare Pineapple relative from Argentina.

  • Barbara Hurley Jones

    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.

  • Jessica Cerchiori

    Pretty flowers

  • Elle B

    Color Swatch | Exotic Flowers x Full Bloom

  • Prairie Flower

    Rare Beautiful Flowers | Pink Puya

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