Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert
Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose - Planet Desert

Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose

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Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose

(This plant comes in a 3.5" pot. You will receive a very similar plant to the one in the picture. It may or may not be blooming at the time of your purchase. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots).

Mammillaria gracilis fragilis monstrose also known as Arizona Snowcap, is a unique monstrose cultivar of a smaller mammillaria gracilis fragilis. They have bodies up to 1.5'' in height, and contain very white spines and wool along their areoles. They have clusters that grow in abundance to form little mats. When these cacti bloom, they flower creamy yellow flowers during the late winter. These plants prefer porous cactus soil, and conditions with in bright light with lots of air flow.

Recommended temperature zone: Sunset: 8-24, 29, 30, USDA: 9-10
Minimum Avg. Temperature: 50°F (10°C)
Sun Exposure: light shade
Origin: Central Mexico (Hidalgo, Queretaro)
Growth habits: Clumping globular cactus, heads are up to 4" tall (10 cm), 2" wide (5 cm)
Watering needs: Regular water in summer

 

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

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