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Copiapoa

Shop Now Copiapoa bridgesii
Starting from 28.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa calderana
Starting from 11.20€
Shop Now Copiapoa cinerea
Starting from 14.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa coquimbana
Starting from 10.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa cupreata
Starting from 30.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa dealbata
Starting from 14.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa echinoides
Starting from 20.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa gigantea
Starting from 10.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa grandiflora
Starting from 20.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa griseoviolacea
Starting from 54.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa haseltoniana
Starting from 14.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa humilis
Starting from 3.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa hybrid
Starting from 4.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa hypogaea
Starting from 10.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa krainziana
Starting from 28.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa lembeckei
Starting from 15.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa longistaminea
Starting from 80.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa maritima
Starting from 15.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa megarhiza
Starting from 24.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa militaris
Starting from 68.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa minima
Starting from 80.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa mollicula
Starting from 48.60€
Shop Now Copiapoa montana
Starting from 10.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa variispinata
Starting from 70.00€
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Shop Now Copiapoa cinerascens
Starting from 65.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa decorticans
Starting from 16.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa desertorum
Starting from 18.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa eremophila
Starting from 20.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa esmeraldana
Starting from 14.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa fiedleriana
Starting from 14.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa laui
Starting from 15.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa leonensis
Starting from 10.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa paposoensis
Starting from 15.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa rarissima
Starting from 70.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa schulziana
Starting from 28.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa streptocaulon
Starting from 24.00€
Shop Now Copiapoa tigrillensis
Starting from 50.00€
Copiapoa

Its name derives from the city of Copiapò, in the Atacama area, where this genus developed. These are, in fact, cacti that can be found only in Chile, as long as they require arid conditions that are difficult to reproduce spontaneously in other places. They are globose cacti, solitary, covered with whitish bloom when the plant is small, which then as the plant grows tends to lengthen, forming tufts and losing that bloom, taking on much more vivid colors instead. They have numerous ribs and tubercle-like protrusions, equipped with dense spines - all the characteristics that the plant has developed to adapt to the desert conditions (considered the driest in the world) from which it comes! The Copiapoa has a slow growth and needs more care than other cacti, however it will reward you with very lively and decorative inflorescences that pop up from the thick down of the apex. With a little care, it will be able to give your rooms a wild character and a touch of incredible exoticism!