Notocactus Succineus – Vase 5,5

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Cultivation and plant care

  • Exposure: direct sun and air. Mild temperatures, minimum even 0°C and with dry soil
  • Soil: drained with pumice, soil, and lapilli. Fertilize in spring.
  • Watering: Fortnightly in spring and summer.
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Notocactus Succineus – Characteristics

The Notocactus Succineus is a small perennial Cactaceae native to Brazil, also known as Parodia subs. succinea. Its globular stem can become branched and even become columnar branched at the base towards adulthood. It has numerous vertical and spiral ribs where there are white and fluffy areoles from which short and yellowish spines emerge. Flowering occurs in the summer, generating large yellow flowers at the apex of the plant.

Plant dimension
Soil Draining and with pumice, sand or lapillus
Flowering In summer



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