Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert
Disocactus crystallopfhilus - Planet Desert

Disocactus crystallopfhilus

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Disocactus crystallopfhilus

(This plant comes in a 3.5 inch pot. All of our plants are grown under the same conditions, although not all the plants are the same. You will receive a similar plant in size and shape to the ones in the pictures. Our plants are hand-picked and carefully selected to bring you the best quality possible. Please allow us up to 3 business days to process your order. If you wish to receive your order on a specific date, or have special instructions, please add a note at the checkout . The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots).


Discocactus crystallophilus

Cultivation and propagation: Collectors consider this cactus genus from South America to be rarities as they are not the easiest plant to keep happy. it is rather difficult to grow and frost tender, should be kept at above 15° C if grown on its own roots (8°C if grafted) need full sun or afternoon shade. Young seedlings are generally grafted because they are slow growing and very rot prone when kept on their own roots and though they can’t endure long stretches of total dryness, too much water will rot them, as their weak root systems tend to be inefficient at sucking up water from wet soil. They generally resent being repotted and can take a long time to establish.

 

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

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