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. Transplant the seedlings when they have formed a rosette.
Hereof, 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 – native to the higher elevations of central Chile. … It takes about 6-8 years to reach flowering size.