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Where it grows
Native to the border between Argentina and Bolivia.
Tephrocactus geometricus sports unique and attractive geometric markings over its entire stem surface. This species forms large clusters over time.
This species needs plenty of light and should be planted under 40% shade cloth, at most. It is rather sensitive to overwatering and should be planted in a gritty, fast draining soil mix that does not hold much water. A mix involving Akadama and pumice is ideal. Water well in summer, but keep completely dry in winter.
Spring and summer.
Seeds and cuttings.
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Turbinicarpus jauernigii is a non-branching cactus with a stem surface that has attractive geometric shapes. The top of the stem is covered in white 'hair'.
This plant is also known as a the variegated 'artichoke' cactus due to its appearance. It has layered, triangle shaped protrusions covering its stem.
This special Astrophytum asterias has yellow variegation covering much of the stem. It also has attractive fluffy areoles.
This globular cactus has dark green stem, with white fluffy bunches on its areoles. This species pups profusely and will form large clusters in time.
- Steven S
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