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Gymnocalycium quehlianum is a part of Cactaceae family. Native to Argentina. Plant is a compact, slow growing. Stem is up to 7cm wide usually solitary, it appear to be flat barely rising above the level of the soil. Flowers can be up to 6 cm long. Flowers are light pink or wite with a reddish-coloured throat. Will bloom at an early age and bloom often during the growing season. Flowers last a week and open in succession.
Gymnocalycium is easy to care for, following its basic care requirements of bright indirect light. Allow the soil to dry out completely before next watering. Water around once in one or two weeks during the summer if the placement is very sunny and warm. Less watering is required in winter. Don’t let the plant to sit in water, so must be kept in a well draining potting mix. Feed the plant once during the growing season with a fertilizer specifically formulated for cactus and succulents (high potash fertilizer with a dilute low nitrogen).
!Please note that each plant is unique and variations of appearance may occur between each one.
Light: bright, direct to indirect bright light.
Temperature: 22°C – 26ºC.
Water: dry out completely before next watering. Mist: not needed.
Humidity: Recommended humidity: <40%.
Soil: Very important to have well draining potting mix (we recommend Potting mix from For My Plants).
Fertilizer: Use a weak feed once in growing season.
Toxicity: non toxic.