This year’s newest rare Puya (I just can’t stop!) is said to be the highest altitude Puya in Argentina (from the Salta Province) & therefore, more cold hardy! Surreal 8’ tall club-like spikes covered in tan wooliness unfold into a mass of bright lemon yellow blooms accentuated with green stamens. Neat mid-green barbed rosettes, 1-3’ across, multiply slowly over time to form a clump of rosettes. Now if that’s too big you can always grow it in a large barrel sized container. Totally deer proof & highly drought tolerant, it’s best grown in well-drained soil. Now, ha! How cool would this be in your new low water front yard? Occasional Summer water is not a bad idea. Hardy to at least 15 degrees F.