I guess bromeliads don't really qualify as succulents, but here are some pictures anyway. Anyone else with pictures to share?
The purple Dyckias are looking pretty good this time of year. First two shots show a purple plant growing in day-long sun. I've had it for two years. It came to me with one head, then last winter sprouted two more, and now the total is up to four. Meanwhile it has put out 6 offsets at waist level.
Third picture shows two recently repotted Dyckias growing in less sun. I really didn't plant the color combination, it just happened that way. Those were the only two pots of the right size in inventory. They will in theory both go properly purple once I get them out there and dial up the sun. Overhead views show the subtle differences between the two rosettes.
I think you're about to see it flower. Orange-yellow? Watch for seeds afterwards.
Don't have proper names for my plants (except for the greenish one which may be "Grape Jelly"). Your Dyckia looks like it's a bit less toothy than mine (which demand real respect).
As long as I can keep a particular line going in the garden, I'm happy to pass along the extras. I use plastic pots up to about 6" for reasons of economics and space. Biggest Dyckia on the premises is about 12-14" and looks rather gnarly. Not all that attractive in its old age, though the flowers are nice.
I have a puya chilensis and a dyckia, both planted in the full sun garden. The Puya gets shaded a bit by other plants. The dyckia is right out in hot sun, planted last summer. Both are doing great and made it through winter no problem also. I need MORE! :)