Succulent plants

Echinopsis leucantha

(Cactaceae)

Sierra de Queupuniyeo 650 m., Río Negro, Argentina ↕ 15-50 cm, min. Zone 8
Cultivation : poor gritty soil and sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Echinopsis leucantha

Grahamia bracteata

(Portulacaceae)

Sierra de San Luis 940 m., San Luis, Argentina ↕ 20-50 cm, min. Zone 8
Cultivation : poor gritty soil and sunny hot place. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Grahamia bracteata

Gymnocalycium reductum subsp. reductum

(Cactaceae)

Sierra de Cura Malal 900 m., Buenos Aires, Argentina ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 8
Cultivation : poor gritty soil and sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Gymnocalycium reductum subsp. reductum

Notocactus submammulosus

(Cactaceae)

Sierra Lihuel Calel 360 m., La Pampa, Argentina ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 8
Cultivation : poor gritty soil and sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Notocactus submammulosus

Portulaca confertifolia

(Portulacaceae)

Sierra de Uspallata 900 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 8
Cultivation : poor gritty soil and sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Portulaca confertifolia

Trichocereus candicans

(Cactaceae)

Sierra Lihuel Calel 370 m., La Pampa, Argentina ↕ 10-50 cm, min. Zone 8
Cultivation : poor gritty soil and sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Trichocereus candicans

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