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Astrophytum Myriostigma (Bishop's Cap)

Astrophytum Myriostigma (Bishop's Cap)

Regular price $29.00 USD
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Looking for a unique and striking cactus to add to your succulent collection? Look no further than Astrophytum Myriostigma! This slow-growing cactus is renowned for its star shape and intricate white or yellow dotted patterns that adorn its textured skin.

Our Astrophytum Myriostigma comes in a 4-inch pot and is a healthy and well-established plant, ready to be the centerpiece of your indoor garden. With its low maintenance requirements and tolerance for different soil types, this cactus is an excellent choice for succulent enthusiasts and collectors of all levels.

Not only is Astrophytum Myriostigma visually striking, it's also a fascinating plant to observe and care for. Its slow growth and unique features make it a conversation starter and a must-have for any succulent lover.

Order your Astrophytum Myriostigma today and add a touch of uniqueness and beauty to your indoor garden!

LIGHT: Bright, indirect light and can tolerate some direct sun, especially in the morning or late afternoon

WATER: Let the soil dry out completely between watering to prevent root rot. In general, they are drought-tolerant and can survive extended periods without water.

NATIVE: Central and Northeastern Mexico

This plant will be shipped BARE ROOT. Please pot it up in a very well draining cactus soil mix or pick up a bag of our Custom Cactus Mix.

Photos in the listings unless otherwise specified are representative of the plant that will be sent to you.
However, Plants grow differently and each plant may vary slightly in shape, size, growth pattern, etc.
Of course, if you receive a plant that you are dissatisfied with please reach out to us. We want to make it right!

If temperatures near you are below 45℉ we highly recommend adding a Heat Pack to your order.
If temperatures where you live will be much lower than 20℉ even heat packs may not work. You may consider waiting until things warm up a bit. We know you love your plants just like we do and we wouldn't want any of them to freeze.

If you have any other questions please reach out to us.

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