Gold Lace Cactus
Gold Lace Cactus
Gold Lace Cactus
Gold Lace Cactus

Gold Lace Cactus

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  • This Gold Lace Cactus ships in a 3.5"cup
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Mammillaria elongata - Gold Lace Cactus or Lady Finger Cactus are spiky cacti that are beginner-friendly and can be grown as houseplants.  A native to central Mexico, this small yet unique succulent belongs to the Cactaceae family and grows up to 8 inches in height. It develops dense clusters of cylindrical stems that bear brown-yellow spines. The Mammillaria elongata blooms in subtle white to pale yellow colors during the spring season. The flowers are small and arise in the upper half of the stems. You will find several yellow stamens and a stigma in the center of your finger plant.

Full sun to partial sun. Bright light indoors.

Drought tolerant once established.

White / Yellow flowers, non-fragrant

Additional features: Drought Tolerant

This Gold Lace Cactus ships established in a 3.5" Cup

Size: Can reach up to 8" in height

Light: Bright indoor light

Hardiness Zone: 9 - 11

Characteristics: Small cactus that forms dense clusters of bright green, cylindrical, semi erect stems with short conical tubercles ending in round woolly areoles that bear clusters of yellow to golden yellow spikes.

Soil & Water: Well draining soil, cactus mix. Water deeply only when completely dry

Use cactus soil or well draining soil with perlite or sand for additional drainage.

Ensure the pot has drainage holes as succulents cannot tolerate standing water.

Allow soil to completely dry before watering.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 9 - 11

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Gold Lace Cactus

A native to central Mexico, the gold lace cactus is prized for it beautiful clusters of long, oval stems and curved, brownish-yellow spines. Due to its low maintenance and forgiving nature, this cactus has become on of the most popular and interesting ornamental species to the novice and experienced.

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