Mammillaria luethyi


Mammillaria luethyi is a very tiny plant, but by far one of the most spectacular members of its genus, distinctive when not in flower because of the 'spination' (if it can be called that!) at the tips of the tubercles, and even more magnificent in flower. It is solitary or branching in several stems, mostly beneath the ground. This species is the most sought after cactus by collectors because of its rarity and unusual spines.

Plant is grafted.

Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included