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Notocactus uebelmannianus f. inermis has its origin in Brazil. It is a fast-growing variety that can reach a height of 12 cm. This winter-dormant plant from the Cactaceae family is a wonderful addition to your house. Notocactus uebelmannianus common name is “Parodia werneri”. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, this globular cactus flourishes in filtered sunshine. The stem of Parodia werneri is lustrous dark green and spherical. It has a rich green tint with a shimmer.
Parodia werneri is a stunning cactus with a fast growth rate.
Notocactus uebelmannianus flower has wine red to deep magenta tint to it. The blooms appear from spring to early summer.
Water regularly from spring through autumn. Make sure not to overwater this variety. It is advised to keep this cactus dry during the resting period in winter.
Notocactus uebelmannianus inermis requires a regular cactus mix soil that drains well. Avoid limestone-rich substrata and go for compost with a low pH.
These cacti belong to the hardiness zone of 9b to 11b. They cannot tolerate extreme cold conditions with temperatures less than -4° C (24.8° F).
Notocactus uebelmannianus size is small and it stands out with colorful blooms. It thrives happily in the shade or filtered light. Direct sunlight can lead to burns so abstain from placing it in a sunny spot.
You can propagate Parodia werneri either through seeds or by removal of suckers from the mother plant.
Noted for a green globular stem, Notocactus uebelmannianus inermis is easy to grow and care for. It can tolerate neglect as well.