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EtonGreen Live Parodia scopa (Silver Ball Cactus)

430.00

  • Parodia scopa is a cactus with ball-shaped or short cylindrical stems with a spiny woolly crown and pale yellow flowers that appear in summer.
  • The “Silver Ball” is native to South America (Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Brazil, Columbia, and Uruguay), and part of the genus notocactus.  Like many of the hardy succulents native to South America and the Southwest, these plants are best suited for dry, arid environments.
  • These plants can live for many years, but they may not grow very large. They tend to grow in a ball or barrel-shaped and produce brush-like spines.
  • With most ball type cactus species, the flowers are a bright yellow or yellowish-orange. They don’t produce a fragrance.

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 Parodia scopa is a cactus with ball-shaped or short cylindrical stems with a spiny woolly crown and pale yellow flowers that appear in summer. The “Silver Ball” is native to South America (Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Brazil, Columbia, and Uruguay), and part of the genus notocactus.  Like many of the hardy succulents native to South America and the Southwest, these plants are best suited for dry, arid environments. They don’t need a lot of water . These plants can live for many years, but they may not grow very large. They tend to grow in a ball or barrel-shaped and produce brush-like spines. Most people rarely get their cactus ball to grow bigger than 4″ to 6″ inches. After several years, plants may achieve a height closer to one foot. There are also some species of this plant that may only reach three inches and never get any taller.

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 17.8 × 12.8 × 10.8 cm

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