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Friday, November 25, 2011

Mammillaria vetula 'gracilis"

M. gracilis is very common plant in Europe, often the first cactus in collection. It is offsetting freely, and readily roots. When grown under plenty of light this plant forms very attractive dense white clumps, with stubby black central spines. Fruits are rarely seen, and are green in color.

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