MAMMILLARIA PECTINIFERA PDF
Mammillaria pectinifera () Mammillaria pectinifera in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Mammillaria pectinifera ist eine Pflanzenart aus der Gattung Mammillaria in der Familie der Kakteengewächse (Cactaceae). Das Artepitheton pectinifera. Compare with M. solisoides (sometimes considered Mammillaria pectinifera ssp. solisoides) which has radial spines in pectinate arrangement, but much less so.
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Hunt Mammillaria pectinifera f. Fertilize every 2 weeks with diluted pectinufera potassium fertilizer when the plant is in bud. Downloaded on 16 February Click here to view them all!
In either case, this species is quite unique among Mammillaria-flowered plants in that it is the only such species with dramatically pectinate comb-like spines. Keep dry during the winter rest. Light shade or full sun exposures. Slow growing, this plant is very rot prone and temperamental when cultivated on its own roots, but it is easy to grow if grafted.
Mammillaria pectinifera Common Name s: Slow growing, this plant is very rot prone and temperamental when cultivated on its own roots, but it is easy to grow if grafted. Mammillaria pectinifera SB nw Tehuacan, Pue. All the information and photos in cactus art files are now available also in the new the Enciclopedia of Cacti. Mammillaria solisioides Photo by: Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Mammillaria pectinifera group.
But be careful with watering, which all thick rooted species require rot sensitive.
Mammillaria pectinifera – Wikispecies
Juergen Menzel’s Private Collection Photographer: Slow growing, this plant is very rot prone and temperamental when cultivated on its own roots, but it is easy to grow if grafted. Weber in Bois Dict. Pelecyphora pectinata, Solisia pectinata. Do you have images of this species that would complement this page? Valentino Vallicelli Origin and Habitat: The plants in northwest of Oaxaca correspond to Mammillaria solisioideswhich Hunt et al.
Reproduction in habitat starts at an age of eight years. Keep dry during the winter rest. Puebla – Mexico North America Habit: Watering during the active growing season spring and summerthis will encourage steady growth.
Direct sow after last frost. The characteristic innocuous spines. The climate is semi-dry, hot, with summer rains and slight temperature oscillations. Grows under bushes and other vegetation on alkaline soils with relatively high mammi,laria stoniness and high water retention capacity.
Fertilize every 2 weeks with diluted high potassium fertilizer when the plant is in bud. This plant has different crested forms, some very thin and other wide and strong. Though sometimes called peyote, there is little evidence for the ceremonial use or psychoactive properties of the cactus.
Direct sow after last frost. Mammillaria pectinifera has a fairly large tap root, and should be kept in a deep pot with a very draining mineral substrate. Plants usually solitary, occasionally forming small clumps. Pink flowering form White flowering form A nice clumped mammillwria. This small cactus appears above the ground as a squat, spherical stemcentrally depressedcompletely covered by flattened spines, and usually solitary. Fertilize every 2 weeks with diluted high potassium fertilizer when the plant is in bud.
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It is a small cactus that in habitat appears above the ground as a squat stem. Pelecyphora pectinataB. Ferocactus ingens, Ferocactus recurvus, F. There are a total of 16 Photos. Click Here to learn more. Yellow to yellowish white, to 14 jammillaria long. It is a small cactus that in habitat appears above the ground as a squat stem.
But be careful with watering, which all thick rooted species require rot sensitive. Mammillaria pectinifera Solisia pectinataTecamachalco, Puebla, Mexico. Keep dry during the winter rest.
This icon appears next to images that have been 3rd party verified. Back to Mammillaria index. Subspecies, pectinifra, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Mammillaria pectinifera group. Major references and further lectures 1 Valverde, T. Oaxaca and Puebla, Mexico.