Turbinicarpus dickinsonae (graft)


Turbinicarpus species are usually confined to specific habitats, generally hostile for the majority of plants, mostly in very drained rocky areas, composed of limestone, sandstone, schist (neutral or alkaline), or in very acidic and humiferous understorey, or in gypsum veins, sometimes so pure that they are almost white.

This cactus is grafted onto a cliestocactus.

Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included