Borzicactus sericatus (Cactus)

Borzicactus sericatus - Forming a cephalium of wool and long bristles on the ends of the flowering shoots. The flowers are carmine. They form low colonies of slender cerei with many erect stems, branched from the base or a little above ground. Stem: Bright green with blunt ribs that protrude less than 1 cm and are slightly prominent where the areoles are borne. Stems up to about 1 m tall x 6-8 cm in diameter. Family: Cactaceae  

Borzicactus sericatus (Cactus) 1

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Borzicactus sericatus (Cactus)

Categories : Cactaceae - Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Cacti and other succulents - Plant Family -

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