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Neoporteria

Neoporteria cachytayensis Shop Now Neoporteria cachytayensis
Starting from 3.20€
Neoporteria clavata Shop Now Neoporteria clavata
Starting from 1.60€
Neoporteria crispa Shop Now Neoporteria crispa
Starting from 4.00€
Neoporteria curvispina Shop Now Neoporteria curvispina
Starting from 2.80€
Neoporteria echinus Shop Now Neoporteria echinus
Starting from 2.40€
Neoporteria eriocephala Shop Now Neoporteria eriocephala
Starting from 8.00€
Neoporteria esmeraldana Shop Now Neoporteria esmeraldana
Starting from 4.20€
Neoporteria gerocephala Shop Now Neoporteria gerocephala
Starting from 4.00€
Neoporteria huascensis Shop Now Neoporteria huascensis
Starting from 1.50€
Neoporteria intermedia Shop Now Neoporteria intermedia
Starting from 4.00€
Neoporteria jussieui Shop Now Neoporteria jussieui
Starting from 9.60€
Neoporteria litoralis Shop Now Neoporteria litoralis
Starting from 18.00€
Neoporteria multicolor Shop Now Neoporteria multicolor
Starting from 4.80€
Neoporteria napina Shop Now Neoporteria napina
Starting from 2.80€
Neoporteria nidus Shop Now Neoporteria nidus
Starting from 2.40€
Neoporteria nigrispina Shop Now Neoporteria nigrispina
Starting from 5.00€
Neoporteria occulta Shop Now Neoporteria occulta
Starting from 2.10€
Neoporteria odieri Shop Now Neoporteria odieri
Starting from 4.20€
Neoporteria paucicostata Shop Now Neoporteria paucicostata
Starting from 2.40€
Neoporteria robusta Shop Now Neoporteria robusta
Starting from 17.00€
Neoporteria subgibbosa Shop Now Neoporteria subgibbosa
Starting from 1.60€
Neoporteria taltalensis Shop Now Neoporteria taltalensis
Starting from 17.50€
Neoporteria villosa Shop Now Neoporteria villosa
Starting from 4.00€
Neoporteria

Its name was chosen in honor of Chilean entomologist Carlos E. Porter. They are small spherical cacti, often considered a subgenus of Eriosyce, which tend to take on a cylindrical shape, as they grow. They are easily distinguished from other cactaceae by their very marked ribs, covered by a significant mantle of spines, always rather long and of a light color, although there are species with almost black spines. They have a rather slow growth, but they are also very easy to cultivate, because, as they come from high-altitude areas, they perfectly resist to the most extreme environmental and climatic conditions. They are suitable, therefore, even for novice growers, and will give you brightly colored apical blooms, that will decorate and invigorate your gardens with a refined simplicity!