Mammillaria – Mammillaria – Fatty Plants – Mammillaria – Succulent

Mammillaria

Exposure

Mammillaria this type of plant does not need much care, and therefore the cultivation is quite simple . The sun exposure is optimal, being careful in summer not to expose it to the sun in the hottest hours of the day.

Irrigation should not be too frequent and should be suspended in winter.

During the winter period the plants need a rest period with a constant temperature at 12 -14 degrees. This essence also withstands lower temperatures, but not below 6 degrees. Fertilisation should only be carried out in springtime, with phosphorous-based fertilisers. Mammillaria can be infested with cochineal and mites. For this reason, it is advisable to carry out a preventive treatment once a year.

  • Mammillaria The mammary genus is one of the most numerous among the cacti, in fact has about three hundred species of succulent plants, all originating in Mexico and South America, they are plants very much part of the…

Mammillaria: Exposure

Mammillariathis type of plant does not need much care, and therefore the cultivation is quite simple . The sun exposure is optimal, being careful in summer not to expose it to the sun in the hottest hours of the day.

Irrigation should not be too frequent and should be suspended in winter.

During the winter period the plants need a rest period with a constant temperature at 12 -14 degrees. This essence also withstands lower temperatures, but not below 6 degrees. Fertilisation should only be carried out in springtime, with phosphorous-based fertilisers. Mammillaria can be infested with cochineal and mites. For this reason, it is advisable to carry out a preventive treatment once a year.

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