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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 and Texas.
This plant is also known as an ‘artichoke’ cactus due to its appearance. It is the only plant in the genus Obregonia. It has layered, triangle shaped protrusions covering its stem. It produces pure white flowers.
These particular specimens have orange-yellow variegation covering portions of their stems.
Obregonia prefers full morning sun, or light shade. This is not an easy species to take care of, as it is quite water sensitive and prone to rot. A 1:1:1 mix of Ibaraki Akadama:Hyuga Pumice:Perlite is recommended. It is highly important to only water these plants in spring and summer, as doing so in winter will cause rot.
Spring and summer.
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This Gymnocalycium is quite small, and has a dark colouration with a rounded stem shape. It produces large white flowers.
This species of Lophophora closely resembles Lophophora williamsii, but differs in that the ribs are not as well defined.
These plants have many protrusions along the stem that resemble human breasts, hence the name. They turn an almost blue when given enough light.
This Gymnocalycium has a unique appearance, with jagged and protruding stem lobes giving it an attractive, architecturally pleasing appearance.
- Christa M
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