Dyckia Grape Jelly
With thin purple hued leaves adorned with small barbs, the Dyckia Grape Jelly almost resembles a sea-urchin with its round, spiky appearance. A pet-friendly Bromeliad, the Grape Jelly is an easy-care plant perfect for a sunny windowsill.
Details & Care
Small—6"-9" tall (including recycled plastic Ecopot) Size Guide
Bright Indirect to Direct
Yes—Dyckias are not known to be toxic but can cause contact dermatitis or allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.
Yes—Removes toxins from air
- Healthy plant pre-potted with premium soil
- Plant size: 6″–9″ tall (including pot)
- Small Ecopots pot and saucer
- Pot size: 6.3″ in diameter, 5″ tall
- Saucer size: 6″ in diameter
- All the tips and tricks for expert-level care
No single-use plastic
Ecopots made from up to 80% recycled plastic
A drought-tolerant member of the Bromeliad family, the Dyckia Grape Jelly is a low-maintenance plant that stores water in its deep purple leaves. Thriving in bright, indirect sunlight to full sun, this plant will become more vibrant and even darken with direct sunlight.
Native to Brazil, this plant is non-toxic to the entire family, including cats and dogs. The Grape Jelly is a fitting addition to your porch or patio during warmer months or to a sunny windowsill indoors.Additional Resources:
Common Name(s)Dyckia Bromeliad, Succulent Bromeliad
Living Room Ready
Unlike buying a plant from a box store, your Bloomscape plant arrives fully-grown as pictured and pre-potted. We’ve spent a lot of time selecting pots that have optimal drainage, look great, and come with a saucer so your floor or desk won’t get ruined. All you have to do is unpack your plant and find the perfect spot for it in your home.
Fully Grown + Healthy
Most of the time when you buy houseplants, they are partially grown and kept in less than ideal conditions. With Bloomscape, our houseplants are grown and cared for in our greenhouses by plant experts until the day we ship them to you. That way, your plants arrive fully-grown, healthy, and ready for you to enjoy.