This five-ribbed beauty is a cultivar created by Mr. Tsutomu Onzuka. Regarded as one the most striking myriostigma culitvars, Onzuka are known for their snowy bodies, intricate patterns, and distinct flecking.
Like most xerophytes from Mexico, this cultivar grows best in a high-mineral mix and requires infrequent watering. This plant thrives in light shade although it can be acclimated to full sun. Overwatering can cause the plant to split or rot!
This slightly conical form features two distinct parts. The top half has hand-dipped glossy white glaze with an irregular border. Iron speckles are visible in the rough, raw clay, but show more boldly throughout the glazed area. The bottom half is hand painted in dark, dark green, and is suggestive of a horizon line with low hills.
✓high fired stoneware
✓drainage hole in the bottom
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