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  • 6 INCH Huernia Insigniflora "Life Saver"shown in Nursery Container (Full View)
  • 6 INCH Huernia Insigniflora "Life Saver" Shown in turtle pot sold separately (Full View)
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Huernia Insigniflora "Life Saver"

$34.99

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Huernia Insigniflora "Life Saver" Cactus is native to Southern and Eastern Africa. Despite its name and spiky appearance, being a perennial succulent, it is not actually a member of the cactus family. Its fleshy stems are normally green in color, but when given proper sun exposure can accommodate red-pink hues. It blooms unique star-like flowers, with a distinct zebra pattern on its petals. We have a few in stock, and goes well in any planter or space that may need a hanging plant.

Care

"Life Saver" grows best in either full morning sun or bright, indirect light. Water moderately in warm weather, allowing soil to dry in-between waterings to prevent rot. In colder seasons, water minimally.

Content

-6 INCH Huernia Insigniflora "Life Saver" Cactus, shipped with Nursery Pot. May be purchased with pot, see options below.

- Please note that the turtle pot is not included and is shown for example purposes only may be purchased separately, see options below.

 

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