Last updated: 26 October 2016
Alternate nomenclature | synonyms | varietal forms -
subsp. dinae, subsp. eriocaulis, multiflora, beateae, nana, heimenii.
This species has finer spination than
, grows smaller and produces more basal branches.
The two-tone mostly orange and yellow (or magenta and white) flowers are born in great abundance and are followed by large, spherical, juicy fruit from the brownish bristly apical cephaliums.
This miniature is suitable for windowsill growing and will reach maturity - producing an abundance of flowers and fruit - in 2¾" square plastic pots.
VARIOUS STAGES OF GROWTH, FLOWERING & FRUITING
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