Ariocarpus furfuraceus monstrous


This odd cultivar differs from the standard solitary Ariocarpus furfuraceus for its  monstrous free branching habit, for the thinner elongated stems and for the copious production of wool. The distinctive characteristic of this plant are the tubercles, which are stubby, large or equilaterally triangular shaped, divergent, convex or nearly flattened  with shallow adaxial undulations or wrinkling, not fissured.

Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included