The most spectacular plant in Peru is the queen of the Andes - Puya raimondii.

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It is a plant from the bromeliad family, endemic to the higher parts (3200-4800 m above sea level) of the Peruvian and Bolivian Andes. He is the largest representative of his family. It can live for over 100 years and dies out after blooming. It is an endangered species. Puya is a perennial plant with a dense rosette of leaves up to 3-4 m high, from which an inflorescence grows up to 8 m high. It occurs in a plant formation called puna (a high-mountain formation in the dry and cool climate of the Andes). It can be admired in the Huascaran National Park.