A new issue of the Xerophilia magazine is available online, an awesome magazine about cactus and succulent plants, if you don’t know this magazine check it out it’s worth.
Peniocereus viperinus Peniocereus viperinus is a cactus that at first sight does not have a special charm, is more like a bundle of dry twigs during much of the year. However at the beginning of spring, from these seemingly dead branches, are born some spectacular flowers. I have always had a weakness for this plant
Ariocarpus fissuratus was described by (George Engelmann) Karl Moritz Schumann and published in Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 106:[III, 6a] 195, in the year 1894.1 Etymology Ariocarpus: generic that derives from ancient Greek name: = “aria” (an oak type) and “Carpi” = (fruit) because of the similarity of the fruit of the genus in Acorn form. Another
Based on the fact that any plant when it is in a pot sooner or later will have lack of nutrients, it is important to know the symptoms that warn us of that deficiency. Many times it is not easy to distinguish between symptoms and, when in doubt, it is best to not abuse fertilizers