This cactus consists of many small tubercles growing from a large tap root. They are usually solitary, rarely giving rise to side shoots from old areoles. The plant is greyish-green in color, sometimes taking on a yellowish tint with age. Its growth rate is extremely slow. A. fissuratus is naturally camouflaged in its habitat, making it difficult to spot. When they are found, it is usually due to their pinkish flowers which bloom in October and early November.
Ariocarpus Fissuratus 1gallon
We select and ship only the finest quality cactus, succulents, and plants. We pack them individually and carefully to ensure they arrive safely. Tolerable living conditions depend on a growing region’s climate and may not be suitable compared to the Southwest. Due to the risk factor involved when shipping living plants, as well as numerous factors outside of our control, we do not accept refunds or store credit at this time. However, we will provide you with documents and pictures that your plant left our facility healthy and vibrant. We are always available via email or over the phone to answer any questions regarding planting, growing, watering, etc., to ensure you have the knowledge and tools to have a great experience. We look forward to serving your cactus needs.