The plant is a dwarf succulent shrub, very spiny and free-branching. It forms a low tufted cushion-like mass composed of hundreds of heads that grow. The flowers are solitary cyathia, simple, near the branches’ tips. It grows well in a very draining mineral potting substrate, but it isn’t picky about soil. Water moderately all year round but in the cooler months reduce watering as it is prone to rotting. They do need a lot of light to keep their compact growth form. But best color if grown in protection in light shade to bring out the color in their spines.

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