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Lobivia glauca R218 SEEDS

Lobivia glauca R218 SEEDS

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Lobivia glauca is an enchanting and visually appealing species of cactus native to the mountainous regions of Bolivia and Argentina. As a member of the Lobivia genus, this cactus is highly regarded among succulent enthusiasts and collectors for its unique appearance and charming characteristics.

Lobivia glauca typically forms small, solitary or clumping clusters of spherical or cylindrical-shaped stems, which are usually green to bluish-green in color. These stems are adorned with clusters of fine, hair-like spines, giving the plant a delicate and intricate appearance.

One of the standout features of Lobivia glauca is its remarkable flowers. During its blooming season, it produces striking, funnel-shaped blossoms that come in a variety of vibrant colors, including shades of red, orange, pink, and yellow. These colorful blooms create a captivating contrast against the cactus's green stems and spines, adding to its visual appeal.

Caring for Lobivia glauca involves providing well-draining soil, ample sunlight, and allowing the soil to dry out between watering sessions. This cactus thrives in arid and semi-arid climates and can tolerate periods of drought.

Due to its captivating beauty and relatively low-maintenance care requirements, Lobivia glauca is a popular choice for succulent enthusiasts looking to enhance their collections or add charm to desert-themed landscapes. Its unique appearance and delightful flowers make it a standout addition to any succulent garden or collection.

Botanical family: Cactaceae

Botanical genus: Lobivia

Botanical species: Lobivia glauca

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