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Ferocactus glaucescens var. inermis X var. rectispinus SEEDS

Ferocactus glaucescens var. inermis X var. rectispinus SEEDS

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Ferocactus glaucescens var. inermis X var. rectispinus is a hybrid cactus resulting from the crossbreeding of two distinct varieties within the Ferocactus glaucescens species: the spineless variety, "inermis," and the straight-spined variety, "rectispinus." This hybrid showcases a captivating blend of characteristics inherited from its parent plants.

The "inermis" variety is known for its lack of spines, or nearly spineless nature, which is quite unusual among barrel cacti. On the other hand, the "rectispinus" variety features a cylindrical or barrel-shaped stem with straight spines of typical barrel cacti. When these two varieties are crossed, the resulting hybrid often displays a combination of traits.

The stem of this hybrid may exhibit a barrel or cylindrical shape and can be adorned with fewer spines or even none at all, making it distinct from both parent varieties. This unique combination of traits creates a visually appealing and intriguing cactus specimen that stands out in succulent collections and desert gardens.

Cultivation requirements for Ferocactus glaucescens var. inermis x var. rectispinus hybrid are typically similar to those of its parent species, including the need for full sun exposure, well-draining soils, and the ability to withstand drought conditions. Its unique appearance, inherited from the blending of two different cactus varieties, makes it an exciting and distinctive choice for succulent enthusiasts and collectors looking to diversify their plant collection with a striking and uncommon cactus hybrid.

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Botanical family: Cactaceae

Botanical genus: Ferocactus

Botanical species: Ferocactus glaucescens var. inermis X var. rectispinus

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