Frailea mammifera

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Frailea mammifera seeds

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Frailea mammifera

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Yes - small container size plant. This variety will occupy a small flower pot comfortably and remain a manageable sized house plant.

Yes - tolerates low light levels. This variety will do well as a houseplant in locations with short periods of direct sun and some indirect or filtered light.

Yes - does well with cool winter time temperatures. This variety will tolerate temperatures down below 50 °F. if the roots are kept dry, and will do very well in a home with energy saving thermostat setting.

Yes - easy care root system. This variety stores water in the parts of the plant which are above the soil leaving the root system small enough to fit into a proportionally sized flower pot.

Yes - flowers easily as a house plant. This variety is likely to flower as a house plant, but results will depend on a variety of growing conditions.

good locations,

Potential living space locations include; East, West windows with some direct sun, a South window or a three to four seasons room with slight shade. This species will tolerate very cool days and cold nights, but will need the temperatures to remain above 25 °F. If this variety is to be set outdoors during the growing season it needs to be in a location with plenty of sun and will tolerate lots of rain.

size,

This tends to remain a small single stemmed plant growing to little more than in inch wide and a few inches high.

ancestry,

Brazil

seed propagation origin,

Plants and seeds are grown and propagated by windowsillcactus.com.

photo,

Purchase price includes Frailea mammifera seeds.

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