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Ferocactus peninsulae profile

Written by Maggie

Feb 09 2021

Ferocactus peninsulae profile

Ferocactus peninsulae is solitary, round to tubular, dark green. Ferocactus peninsulae often grows in the desert and other dry environments, as a kind of succulent plant. There are 5 reddish-brown spines, of which 1 is wide and flat with a hook at the tip.Spring bell-shaped flower with terminal yellow petals with purple stripes. Ferocactus peninsulae is often used for potted ornamental.

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Ferocactus peninsulae

Ferocactus peninsulae morphological characteristics

Configuration: Ferocactus peninsulae is solitary, spherical to tubular, 30-35 cm in diameter, 70-80 cm in height

The body color is dark green. Ridge of high verrucous process of superior ridge. Stellar arrangement balance, yellow and white peripheral thorns 9-11; There are 5 reddish-brown spines, of which 1 is wide and flat with a hook at the tip. Flowers: terminal yellow bell - shaped spring petals with purple stripes, 5-5.5 cm in diameter.

Environment and distribution range of Ferocactus peninsulae

Ferocactus peninsulae often grows in the desert and other dry environments, as a kind of Succulent plant.

Origin: Peninsular California, Mexico.

Ferocactus peninsulae growing method

Ferocactus peninsulae is a very easy breed to keep, with full sun exposure in all seasons except summer, when proper shading is required. The soil windmill uses peat mixed with particles of cinder river sand and so on. The soil surface is laid with clean particles of river sand, and the soil is mainly breathable. When summer temperatures are above 35 degrees, the Ferocactus peninsulae will be moved to bright scattered light and slowly cut off the water. In the summer Ferocactus peninsulae dormant period little water or no water supply. In the middle of autumn the temperature down began to restore watering, winter if the temperature can maintain 0 degrees above, are water supply, 0 degrees below the water will be broken, otherwise it is easy to frostbite.

Ferocactus peninsulae