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Growing Information: This species can tolerate much colder conditions than most cacti. It is considered hardy to at least zone 9. Flowering from June through September, the flowers are hermaphrodite, relying on insects for pollination. This species requires a well-drained, preferably sandy soil with a relatively neutral PH. A commercial cactus potting soil will work well. Seeds can be sown directly outdoors in a garden bed or started in pots and transplanted outdoors. The fruit contains germination inhibitors, so soaking the seeds and changing the water regularly may be beneficial. Prior to your soak, rub them on some sandpaper so the water can penetrate the seed coat. so your seeds will produce a cross if you allow it to flower with other species of opuntia. The pads can be pulled off your plants and rooted simply by burying them halfway in the soil.
all year round
Needs Light to germinate! Just sprinkle on the surface of the substrate + gently press
Coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite
bright + keep constantly moist not wet
1 - 8 weeks
Water regularly during the growing season
|Organic Seeds :||Yes|
|Resistant to cold and frost :||-10° C|