Cylindropuntia Whipplei rare cactus special species in 5.5 cm pot
- In 5.5 cm 1st class quality plastic pot.
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Cylindropuntia Whipplei characteristics
Cylindropuntia Whipplei typically has one to several main stems. It is an upright cactus with many short stem segments that tend to branch at upward angles. Under favorable conditions, they can reach 2 meters in length. The green body color is clearly evident due to the relatively few spines. The spines are hooked and thin. Touching with bare hands is dangerous. If it gets stuck in the skin, it can be painful to remove. Gloves must be used when changing pots. Its origin is Arizona, Colorado, Utah and Mexico. Other common names used are: Clokey Cholla, Plateau Cholla, Rattail Cholla, Whipple's Cactus, Whipple's Cholla, Opuntia Whipplei, Opuntia Hualpaensis, Cylindropuntia Hualpaensis.
Cylindropuntia Whipplei care
It needs plenty of full, outdoor sunlight to thrive. You should make sure that they are exposed to the sun for hours every day. Pots should be well-drained and should flow out after watering without keeping them in the pot. They like sandy, mineral soils. It can tolerate high heat and prolonged drought and will eventually grow into a large, large shrub. It is a plant resistant to negative degrees. If outdoors, you should protect it from heavy rains and standing water to prevent rot.
Cylindropuntia Whipplei reproduction
Before starting the reproduction process, be sure to use gloves to avoid dangerous thorns. These cacti can be propagated by cutting the limbs of the plant. Cut the branches and let them dry in the shade for a week. After drying, plant in dry soil with good drainage. Do not water for 3 days after planting.
Cylindropuntia Whipplei repotting
Always use gloves before changing the pot. Remove the product from the pot and clean all the soil in its root. Remove any dead roots and trim very little from the ends of the roots. In this way, you can enable it to take root faster in its new soil. Use well-draining soil and pots. Do not water for 3 days after planting in the new pot.