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Opuntia sulphurea A-Clone Long White Curly Spines Cactus 1 Pad

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Estimated to arrive by Monday, December 4th

Estimated delivery date is Monday, December 4th. This estimate is based on:

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14 in stock

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Plant Name
Opuntia sulphurea A-Clone
Plant Format
bare Root
Plant Type

About this item

This Opuntia sulphurea A-Clone has long white curly spines on large balloon shaped pads. It is very slow growing, producing only a few new pads per year. The flowers are bright sulphur yellow. You are bidding on one pad. The pads are very heavy. Use paper not gloves when handling. Sections fall off almost to the touch.
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On Feb-24-15 at 06:45:45 PST, seller added the following information:

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This is how we plant our opuntia pads. Just lay them flat on top of the soil. The side facing down will grow roots. This is how they propagate in the wild: a browser knocks a loose pad to the ground. The pad has enough succulent tissue to lay there until roots grow long enough to bring in moisture from the ground. New pads will grow from the edges of the grounded pad and form a new mound. We have not had much luck placing one end into the soil.