The Astrophytum myriostigma nudum variegata is a one-of-a-kind cactus that prefers to be kept in full sun. Belonging to the Cactaceae family, this classical cacti species has a slow growth rate and goes dormant in winters. A transverse section of the stem reveals a perfect star shaped form. Interestingly, Astrophytum myriostigma var. nudum f. variegatum has sectors, patches or stripes with distinct shades of yellow or orange.
Astrophytum myriostigma nudum variegata is a slow-growing cactus plant.
You can enjoy vibrant yellow-colored flowers from March till October.
Use only a small amount of water from March to October and maintain absolute dryness in the winter.
A mineral substratum that is well ventilated and contains little organic materials is considered ideal.
Astrophytum myriostigma v nudum variegata plants are delicate and cannot withstand subfreezing conditions. They cannot survive in temperatures less than 19.4°F (-7°C).
They should be grown in partial shade or in filtered sunlight because they cannot endure extensive exposure to direct light.
This unique yet beautiful cactus can be propagated via cuttings, seeds, or grafting. Most of the time, variegated seedlings are produced from seeds of variegated mother plants.
Many variegated cacti are considered to be reasonably simple to grow. Astrophytum myriostigma nudum variegata will be a great addition to your cacti collection!
This variegated one is special! I love it!
Packed well. Love my little nudum