How do you grow Blue Puya?

Puya are slow to germinate and require temperatures of at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius). Use a well-drained potting soil in a seed flat. Keep the seeds moderately moist until they sprout. Once you see seedlings, move the flat to a brightly lit area with protection from the harsh light of midday.

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Accordingly, is Puya a succulent?

What is Turquoise Puya? The plant is a rare specimen that hails from Chile in the Andes Mountains. It is part of several cactus and succulent plant collections but is not found wild in North America.

Additionally, is Puya Alpestris Monocarpic? These are bromeliads, and like most bromeliads, these plants are primarily monocarpic (die once they finish flowering). Puya alpestris is absolutely amazing ā€“ native to the higher elevations of central Chile. … It takes about 6-8 years to reach flowering size.

Likewise, people ask, what is a seed flat?

Another option is the 20-row seed flat, in which seeds are sown in channels to germinate, then “bumped up” or “potted up” into cell flats when their first true leaves appear. Seed flats are advantageous because they conserve seedling heat mat or germination chamber space. Trays, Domes & Flats.

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