Parodia malyana – Hedgehog Cactus Red Flower seed x20


30 cm High Clusters Scarlet Flowers

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Hedgehog Cactus Red Flower

Parodia malyana

(This plant is not on the Australian Noxious Weed List)

A native of Brazil and adjacent areas of Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina where it grows on hilly grassland, in rock crevices and in the shade of deciduous forests. It grows in a temperate region with warm and cool seasons which approach freezing on winter nights.

A geometric globular Cactus with wool that starts as a solitary globe and becomes a cluster as the plant matures. Flowering is a brilliant scarlet that usually is in multiples and rarely solitary. The stem is globular becoming shortly cylindrical with age and growing to 30 cm high. It has 11 – 15 straight, symmetrical and acute ribs with white aureoles.

Flowering is in summer to early autumn and may bloom several times in warm weather.

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Ole Lantana Seeds will not be responsible whatsoever for actions taken by the customer after receipt of the goods, this includes germination results, crop performance or loss as these are beyond the control of Ole Lantana Seeds.

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NOTE: In order to protect our existing stock from outside contamination, we do not accept returns.

Item specifics

Plant Habit: Flowering Common Name: Hedgehog Cactus
Climate: Dry, Sub-tropical, Temperate Season of Interest: Spring
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade Watering: Light
Genus: Parodia syn Notocactus Type: Cacti
Foliage: Evergreen Soil pH: Neutral
Species: malyana Soil Type: Loam, Sand
Plant Hardiness Zone (°C): 3 (-5 to 0 °C)


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