Puya was Chad Cox

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Wed, 28 Dec 2016 18:54:40 PST
I grow three species of puya in Victoria Canada. They have been outside for 20 years. I cover them with glass panes to keep rain off them. They don't like cold and wet. Dry and cold is fine. 
Calvor Palmateer
Victoria BC Canada

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> On Dec 28, 2016, at 5:30 PM, Leo Martin <stnalpsoel@gmail.com> wrote:
> Few of them tolerate much frost, and many tolerate no frost. They are
> warm-growing, full-sun plants, except in hellish climates, like where I
> live. They also struggle severely with hot night-time temperatures. If you
> live in a rainy climate, grow them in pure pumice, or something equally
> fast-draining. The high alpine ones are even harder to grow in warm
> climates, so stick with the lower-elevation ones. Puya laxa is a very
> attractive plant with narrow, white-flocked leaves. I think it could be
> managed easily in a 1-gallon / 3.78 liter pot.
> Leo Martin
> Zone 9?
> Phoenix Arizona USA
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