Turbinicarpus in all its splendor

Humility and simplicity are the two true sources of beauty -Johann Winckelmann dristribucion turbinicarpus send 1 send 2 send 3 send It’s a perfect plant for small-space collection . The plant is generous with its blooms. Turbinicarpus is a genus of small cacti, which grow into a habit the north-eastern regions of Mexico. These plants grow on limestone soil. It would seem almost impossible that plants so small could survive in extreme condition. A genus was revision by Davide Donati and Carlo Zanovello – I was fortunate to meet these extraordinary people. Cultivation: mineral soil, deep pots, little water from April to September and never water when the compost is still damp (plenty of water can split plant). The cactus has the ability to absorb water by spines. My plants take the sun from early morning until noon, winter temperatures can be low (about +32°F). Stop watering in the end of September.


IMG_1960 IMG_1955 Turbinicarpus in suo splendore La pianta è di piccoli dimensioni e perfetta per collezioni sul piccolo spazio. La pianta è molto generosa nelle fioriture che fa in età giovanile. Turbinicarpus i un genere di piante succulenti della famiglia  Cactacee, distribuito nel nord-est del Messico. La pianta vive su suolo calcareo in habitat ostile dove possono sopravvivere poche piante. In base alla classificazione del genere Turbinicarpus sviluppata da Davide Donati e Carlo Zanovello e io aveva piacere di incontrare questi persone straordinari. Coltivazione: terriccio quasi minerale, i contenitori profondi, e annaffiature scarse da aprile a settembre solo quando il suolo asciutto (abbondanza di acqua puoi provocare spaccature). I miei prendono il sole da mattina fino mezzogiorno, supportano le temperature basse (anche +0 C). In inverno niente annaffiature.

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