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The plant in the photos is the exact plant you will receive.
Where it grows
This cactus is indigenous to Mexico.
Mammillaria perbella is a cluster-forming species of cactus with pure white spines. The crested form has attractive, wave-like stems that resemble undersea coral.
Like most Mammillaria, this is a desert species and prefers full morning sun during the growing season of summer. It needs a gritty soil mix with very little organic components to mimic the soil in its natural habitat. Water it well during spring and summer, but keep it totally dry in winter.
Spring and summer.
Seeds and offsets.
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This is the rare monstrose form of Mammillaria longimamma. Instead of the finger-like stems, these specimens have a compacted growth form.
Gray-green, non-clustering cactus that forms white hair on the areoles and growth point at maturity. Sharp-petalled pinkish-white flowers in spring.
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 unique Gymnocalycium has a stem that contorts in on itself along the central growth point, giving it a jagged appearance.
- Brad P
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