Ariocarpus agavoides

Scientific Name:  Ariocarpus agavoides
Synonyms:  Neogomesia agavoides
Common Name:  Tamaulipas Living Rock Cactus
Other Names:   
Etymology:  Ariocarpus: aria (a type of oak); carpos (fruit) [Greek]
Neogomesia: -
Agavoides: appearing as an Agave
Origin:  Mexico
Light:  Full sun.
Soil:  Lean mix: 1 part potting soil to 2 parts coarse sand.
Water:  Dry: Keep soil relatively dry but don't abuse. This plant needs less water than most cacti.
Min Temperature:  32F.
Blooms:  Pink
Comments:  Appearing like an agave, this low-growing rosette cactus has green tubercles. Pink flowers appear in the Fall
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