Delightful miniature clumping species of cactus from South America. Masses of 3cm yellow flowers appear in spring period for many weeks.
Yes, while most cacti plants aren't poisonous to your pet, the chemical composition of the cacti sap can cause gastrointestinal ailments to your little friends. Plant has spines; use extreme caution when handling.
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Size (Can grow to)
Faster growing cactus, heads will grow about 2cm across and form dense clusters of up to 15cm across in 3 to 4 years.
Full sun or partially shaded. Best under protected partially shaded positions outdoors. Indoors only in sunny positions otherwise they will lose their nice shape in growth. Can be kept in small pots for many years.
Low. Requires good draining succulent soil. Water when almost dry in summer and seldom in winter