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Gymnocalcyium Variegated

Gymnocalcyium Variegated


13-14cm Height /  7cm Pot

SKU: gymnovar1206
    • Introducing the exquisite Gymnocalycium Pink Variegated, a captivating addition to any succulent collection. Renowned for its striking appearance, this rare cultivar features pink hues variegated across its plump, globular body. Each plant showcases a unique pattern, making it a cherished standout in terrariums, succulent gardens, or as a focal point on a sunny windowsill. With minimal care requirements and a penchant for bright, indirect light, this Gymnocalycium is perfect for both novice and seasoned plant enthusiasts alike. Elevate your space with the beauty of nature's artistry embodied in the Gymnocalycium Variegated.

    • 13-14cm Height.
    • 8cm pot. 
    • Caring for a variegated Gymnocalycium (a type of cactus known for its colorful and unique appearance) requires specific attention to its needs. Here are detailed care instructions:

    • Bright Indirect Light: Variegated Gymnocalycium cacti thrive in bright, indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight can scorch the variegated parts of the cactus.
    • Watering: Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out completely between waterings. Overwatering can lead to root rot.
    • Well-Draining Soil: Use a cactus or succulent-specific soil mix that ensures good drainage. You can also mix regular potting soil with sand or perlite.
    • Avoid Moisture Retention: Make sure the soil does not retain excess moisture, as this can cause root problems.
    • Warm Temperatures: These cacti prefer warm temperatures, ideally between 21-29°C during the growing season.
    • Winter Care: During the winter, they can tolerate cooler temperatures but should be kept above 10°C.
    • Low Humidity: Gymnocalycium cacti prefer dry environments. High humidity can promote fungal diseases.
    • Occasional Feeding: Fertilize sparingly during the growing season with a cactus-specific fertilizer diluted to half strength. Avoid fertilizing during the dormant period.
    • Repotting: Repot every 2-3 years or when the cactus outgrows its pot. Handle with care to avoid damaging the roots.
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