Mammillaria san-angelensis Sánchez-Mejorada is a cactus near to extinction which has been successfully micro-propagated in vitro . In vitro. Welcome to the famous Dave’s Garden website. Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants. Mammillaria species are the most numerous within Cactaceae family, and some of In vitro mass propagation of the near-extinct Mammillaria san-angelensis.
|Published (Last):||27 June 2010|
|PDF File Size:||16.74 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||6.93 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Seeds or offsets if available. Downloaded on 12 January Feeding may not be necessary at all if the compost is fresh then, feed in summer only if the plant hasn’t been repotted recently. Do not feed the plants from September onwards as this can cause lush growth which can be fatal during the mammillaira cold months.
The flowers re white or pink with darker midviens. From late Ahgelensis watering should be reduced to force the plant to go in to a state of semi dormancy, by October you should be back in to the winter watering regime.
Kuntze Neomammillaria haageana Pfeiff. Conical, terete in cross section, slightly keeled centrally, mm. Mammillaria angelensis is somewhat difficult to cultivate.
Repotting is best done at the end of winter, but it can be done at other mammmillaria, too. Use a an open and free draining mineral compost with little organic matter peat, humus that allows therefore roots to breath as it is rot prone.
Densely white-woolly and with tortuous white bristles to 10 mm long. Major references and further lectures.
Mammillaria haageana – Wikipedia
Scales are rarely a problem. Once the callus forms, the cutting may be inserted in a container filled with firmed cactus potting mix topped with a surface layer of coarse grit. Each head is surrounded by a complete ring of starlike pink flowers. Need full sun avoiding only the harshest summer sun, if kept too dark they may become overly lush and greener and could mammi,laria prone to rotting due to over watering. As it is especially prone to rot under-pot in a smaller container filled with very porous compost.
In Cultivation Europe from Arpil to July. Outer perianth segments linear, obtuse and short-ciliate at apex. Some warmth throughout the year will increase the grower’s success.
Repotting every years. Puebla, Oaxaca, and Morelos. In Habitat from March to April. It is a free-flowering and relatively easy plant to grow.
The elevation range where this species occurs is wide, therefore it is found in many different vegetation types such as deciduous tropical forest, xerophyllous scrub, oak forest and secondary vegetation, juniper forest, pine forest, lava flows, and often in disturbed areas.
Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 8 Mar. Cuttings of healthy shoots can be taken in the spring and summer. Globose to short cylindrical, cm high and cm in diameter, without latex. It likes a winter’s rest and should be kept almost completely dry during the winter months, If the soil is allowed to be dry for too long root loss could follow but equally the same result would occur if the plants are both wet and cold.
Back to Mammillaria index. Pericarpel 1,5 mm long, receptacle-tube 1,9 mm long, external tepals mm long, mm wide, linear-lanceolate purple red with a greenish base, internal tepals mm long pink to purple with a darker midvein. It has narrower stems and reddish brown to black spines; Distribution: Filaments whitish or pinkish. This species is locally threatened by the overcollection of wild populations for use as an ornamental.
Sensitive to red spider mite. It is better that they be repotted regularly. Tends to bronze in strong light, which encourages flowering and heavy wool and spine production.
Red, pinkish at the base, about 1 cm long. Water regularly during the summer so long as the plant pot is allowed to drain and not sit in a tray of water. Nonetheless, there are several pests to watch angeoensis Deep magenta-pink to pale pink, funnel-shaped, up to 10 mm long, mm in diameter. Up to 20 mm long and 30 mm in diameter.
Globularor somewhat elongate in age, glaucous green, up to 15 cm high, 3- cm in diameter, apex wolly.