This smaller barrel cactus is endemic to Texas. Known for having darker, almost grey epidermis and medium length spines. Blooms yellow flower in late spring.
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. Variegated plants burn easily and should be kept in light shade. Overwatering can cause the plant to split or rot!
Double Grooved Pot
Two grooves divide a classic stoneware cylinder left unglazed except for the uppermost section. The slightly bulbous shape of the pot echoes the silhouette of the Sclerocactus.
✓high fired stoneware
✓drainage hole in the bottom
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