Mammillaria Albiflora Cactus

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  •  Mammillaria carmenae albiflora, also known as Isla Carmen pincushion cactus, is a species native to eastern central Mexico.

     It has clustered globular stems that grow up to 3 inches (8 cm) tall and 6 inches (15 cm) wide. The stems are covered in soft white radial spines up to 5 mm long.

     Mammillaria carmenae blooms small pure white flowers in the spring.

     Easily clustering and easily flowered. Most plants will offset readily, and clumps can be produced in a few years.

     All of the plants will be shipped bare root.
  •  Bright light, full sun to partial shade.

     Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch, then let drain completely. Reduce watering in the winter.

     Porous and well-drained cactus mix.

     Feed with a cacti fertilizer mix during the growing season.

     You can propagate Mammillaria carmenae albiflora by removing the offsets and let the wound callous over for a couple days then plant it in a new pot to let it root.
  • Hardiness: Hardy as low as -5° C.