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Dinteranthus wilmotianus

12.00€ 9.60€

incl. 0.87€ (10%) VAT

Art. 55285
Available: 5

Pot: 5,5 cm.
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Very particular succulent, formed by fleshy, almost roundish, stems, equipped with a characteristic central fissure from which, during the vegetative season, wonderful single flowers with bright and showy colours bloom. The epidermis is opaque, of a beautiful grey, almost whitish, which tends to change hues depending on the seasons, pleasantly enriched by darker dots. The colouration of Dinteranthus often varies also depending on the place of origin, as their appearance allows them in nature to camouflage among the pebbles (it is a case that they are considered in the category of "living stones") and thus to protect themselves from possible animals. They are succulent dwarfs, which do not exceed a few centimeters in height, but tend to form wonderful plots, perfect to occupy your outdoor spaces that will certainly not go unnoticed!

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Plant care:

It needs to be putted in a bright spot: it needs the maximum amount of light possible.

Keep it at temperatures above 5ºC. To stay safe, shelter it during the Winter, keeping it completely dry.

Water it regularly all over the year: once a week is ok, always waiting anyway for the soil to dry up completely. During Winter, keep the plant completely dry until it looses its old leaves (this happens in March-April). Pay attention to root rot.

Choose a well-drained substrate, possibly with an abundant mineral part, a high degree of grit, coarse sand, and pebbles.

They do not need frequent fertilization, it is sufficient to dilute the fertilizer with watering once a year.