Living Rock, Seven Stars
Synonym: Anhalonium areolosum, Ariocarpus confusus, Anhalonium trigonum, Mammillaria prismatica, Anhalonium pulvilligerum, Ariocarpus elongatus, Anhalonium elongatum, Anhalonium prismaticum, Ariocarpus pulvilligeris
Listed in CITES Appendix 1
Ariocarpus retusus is the largest of the genus, it is also one of the easier and faster to grow. It might still take 8 years to go from seeds to flowering size. It take one year or more just to show the typical rosette shape.
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