*MULTIPLE PLANTS AVAILABLE. YOU WILL RECEIVE A SIMILAR PLANT IN SIZE AND AGE AS THE ONE SHOWN*
O. cacalioides is a tiny caudex species native to a small 12 sq mile region in South Africa and Namibia. The plant has a small potato-like growth form, shiny and leathery skin, and produces small yellow flowers in the summer. At it's largest it reaches about 12" in diameter. O. cacalioides is potentially threatened by habitat degradation, collection and trampling by livestock. You will receive the plant in the photo pictured or one similar.
Water: Water regularly in the winter growing season. October - April.
Sun Exposure: Full sun. Southern Facing windows, or outside unobstructed.
Soil: 60% pumice/40% regular potting mix or Stone Eaters Soil
Temperature: Cold Hardy to 32° F.
Fertilize: During the October - April growing season, with Super Kabuto Fertilizer.
U.S. SHIPPING ONLY
Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included