4 responses to “Furcraea parmentieri”

  1. Dylan Norfield

    Thankyou for your continued great articles. Dunedin Botanic Garden does have a good number of Furcraea parmentieri with specimens flowering every 3 – 4 years. We try and stagger plantings to keep a continued display, with plants flowering from as little as 7 years old, with several specimens looking hopeful to flower in the spring. Dylan Norfield, Geographic and Arboretum Collection Curator, Dunedin Botanic Garden.

  2. esteban arenas

    hello, how do they achieve flowering in such a short time? I’m from Mexico and I’m starting with the production of this species

  3. Budularo

    I’ve had flowers in a short time initiated by gopher damage. When the plants tap root is eaten the plant prematurely flowers and makes bulbils.

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