Echinopsis subdenudata, commonly known as ‘Easter lily cactus’, belongs to the Cactaceae family. This small winter-dormant cactus grows as a solitary stem and reaches up to 3.2 inches in height. The native of the Easter lily cactus is Northern Africa.
The growth rate of the Echinopsis subdenudata is slow.
The flower blooms in white shade from the late spring to all summer long.
Water and Feeding/Fertilizer
When you water this plant, you should water deeply. Never let cactus sit in the water otherwise, its root will die.
This cactus needs a light, airy, and well-drained mixture to keep it happy.
Easter lily cactus is hardy in zones 9a to11 and has a frost tolerance of -7° C (19.4°F).
These cacti need full sunlight to grow.
Propagation by seeds is a slow process, but you can propagate through offsets. This can be done in any season.
Echinopsis subdenudata is a friendly cactus. This plant is suitable for beginner gardeners.
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
|Frost Tolerance||50°F (10°C)|
|Height||6 to 8"|
|Pot Size||2 inch|
|Scientific Name||2 inch Echinopsis subdenudata Fuzzy Navel|
|Sun Exposure||Full to partial sun|
The cactus was great. I gave it to my son in law for a gift and he loved it.
Sweetest little bloomer around
Love this little powerhouse when the world is right they bloom over and over all summer… get one you’ll treasure it.
While very small, still a very darling Cactus. I love it!