Ferocactus latispinus Devil's Tongue

Ferocactus latispinus Devil's Tongue

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This cactus is a species of barrel cacti that are native to Mexico. It grows as a single light green cactus that get up to 16". Its spines range from white to reddish in color and are pretty flat. They flower during autumn to early winter. Their flowers are usually purplish yellowish and reach up to 4 cm long.

Recommended temperature zone: Sunset: 11-13, USDA: 9b-11
Frost tolerance: Hardy to 25°F (-4°C)
Minimum avg. temperature: 50°F (10°C)
Sun exposure: Full sun
Origin: Mexico (Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and south)
Watering needs: Little to moderate water when established
Propagation: Seeds

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Magaly B.
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Nancy H.
United States United States
Love it!

When I took off the wrappings around my Devil's Tongue I was simply in awe. This is a beautiful cactus, great color, and well formed. And, yes, it stabbed me but I think it's the way the Devil's Tongue say's, "Hello, I'm home!"It was potted in a pretty green, marbled pot that is so complimentary to DT's color. It will be displayed in a promenant place in my collection of some 20, or more, cacti. Think I might need some more.....

Katherine M.
United States United States
Amazing Cactus!

This came to me impeccably wrapped up and potted, such a beautiful plant. It immediately stabbed me but that’s my own fault. I completely love it!

Rodney G.
United States United States
Highly Recommended

I highly recommend Planet Desert! Excellent service and excellent plants. This was my first order but it will not be my last order!!!

Ronaldo M.
United States United States

Spiky!Got poked, but that's what happen with cacti :) Packaged well and healthy!