Sunday, February 26, 2012

Silver Arrows Cactus-Mammillaria Nejapensis

Mammillaria Nejapensis


Far Right: Silver Arrow in Bloom
Back Center: Redheaded Irishman
Front Left: Rebutia miniscula
  My First Flowering Cacti in Captive.

Which if you've had the pleasure as a cacti owner, in my studies it says its rare to see such a sight and exciting too!

What it means
You're doing the right thing! Giving it enough Light and water, etc etc!!
Silver Arrows Budding

 I have two Silver Arrow Cacti
Which I have yet to post follow up pictures of the first one (top picture), it had a growth spurt after flowering, My second one is now in the process of flowering. See picture to the right and below ^_^
Silver Arrows Budding


 Sub-Species (ssp.):  Karwinskiana

Similar Species: Ferrocactus Histrix

Origin:  Oaxaca city, Mexico
Light:  Part Shade
Water:  Moderate once a week to every two weeks in shorter daylight hours






  Some good websites for information:
http://www.cactus-art.biz/schede/MAMMILLARIA/Mammillaria_karwinskiana/Mammillaria_karwinskiana_nejapensis/Mammillaria_karwinskiana_nejapensis.htm

http://www.gardening.eu/plants/Succulent-Plants/Mammillaria-nejapensis/2847/

Please Check out my Other Posts on This Species! Just check the panel on your right ((March)) >>



Owl Eye-Mammillaria Nejapensis
http://www.mycactusplants.com/mammillaria-nejapensis.php


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