Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense

Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense

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Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense

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Gymnocalycium denudatum brasillense
Origin:
Description:
Sun Exposure: Sun to partial/light shade
Waterings: Average water needs, but be careful not to overwater.
Blooming Habits:
Hardiness: USDA Zones: 9b: to 25 °F, 10a: to 30 °F, 10b: to 35 °F and 11: above 40 °F
Propagation: Cuttings

Lobivia Prestoana
Origian and Habitat: Southern Bolivia and Northern Argentina
Description: Also known as Echinopsis cinnabarina or Lobivia cinnabarina. The species occurs in pre-Puna and on rocky lands within shrubby vegetation in seasonally dry inter-Andean valleys. It is a small cactus with a much flattened usually solitary body (sometimes forms small few branched clumps).
Sun Exposure: Need a bright exposure. Full sun or half shade in summer.
Waterings: Water regularly in summer but be careful to not overwater. It needs well draining soil. Keep rather dry in winter.
Blooming Habits: Flowers are scarlet to deep red.
Hardiness: It is quite frost resistant if kept dry (hardy to -12° C). USDA Hardiness Zones 10a,10b and 11.

 

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz