LOBIVIA SILVERSTRII

$6.00

Mat-forming cactus that grows pale green finger-like stems, Known as peanut cactus. Produces Orange-red flowers.

ALL PHOTOS HAVE BEEN TAKEN IN THEIR NATURAL GROWING CONDITIONS, NO ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PHOTO HAVE BEEN MADE FOR SELLING PURPOSES.

Plant display in the photo is in a 70 mm pot will receive size and shape will vary, the biggest size given at the point of sale. Due to the change of season, plant color can change slightly. In good health with roots, sent bare-rooted no soil or pot.

CAN’T POST TO WA, NT, AND TAS. DUE TO QUARANTINE LAWS IN THESES STATES. 

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Description

LOBIVIA SPECIES KNOWN AS ECHINOPSIS NOW. 

Lots of collectors still use the old name. prefer to echinopsis.

Family names absorb into Echinopsis,

  • Acantholobivia, Acanthopetalus, Andenea, Aureilobivia, Chamaecereus, Chamaelobivia, Cinnabarinea, Echinolobivia,  Echinonyctanthus, Furiolobivia, Helianthocereus, Heterolobivia, Hymenorebulobivia, Hymenorebutia, Leucostele,  Lobirebutia, Lobivia, Lobiviopsis, Megalobivia, Mesechinopsis, Neolobivia, Pilopsis, Pseudolobivia, Rebulobivia,  Salpingolobivia, Scoparebutia, Setiechinopsis, Soehrensia, Trichocereus

Native to South America, they are known as hedgehog cactus, Sea-urchin cactus, or Easter lily cactus. Some are known as peanut cactus. The 128 species range from large and treelike types to small flattened-globose cacti. The flowers are quite large in size and form a tube stem before opening. They like full sun but require afternoon shade from the hot weather. Don’t over water as they like to keep dry and well-drained soil is required.

 

 

 

Additional information

Weight 0.085 g
Dimensions 130 × 100 × 50 mm
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