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Where it grows
Gymnocalycium anisitii is native to South America, specifically to Bolivia.
This Gymnocalycium has a unique appearance, with jagged and protruding stem lobes giving it an attractive, architecturally pleasing appearance.
Gymnocalycium is an easy cactus to care for, though care should be taken to not expose it to frost. This plant can handle full morning sun, and will enjoy a sunny spot in a cactus greenhouse. Plant it in a gritty and well-aerated soil mix that allows for free drainage of water. Water it well in the spring and summer growing season, but keep dry in winter.
Spring and summer.
Seed and offsets.
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These Adromischus sport blue-gray leaves with dark green spots arranged randomly. Older plants may form a caudex with age.
This cactus is covered in small, feather like thorns that make the stem appear almost completely white. This also gives the plant a symmetrical appearance.
Astrophytum myriostigma v. quadricostatum is a variant of this species with four distinct lobes, rather than 5-7 lobes. It has attractive white spots.
This is a Haworthia cooperi hybrid cultivar. The leaves are shaped like a crystal, and have an attractive sheen when backlit by sunlight.
- Christa M
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