Mammillaria san-angelensis Sánchez-Mejorada is a cactus near to extinction which has been successfully micro-propagated in vitro [1]. In vitro. Welcome to the famous Dave’s Garden website. Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants. Mammillaria species are the most numerous within Cactaceae family, and some of In vitro mass propagation of the near-extinct Mammillaria san-angelensis.

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Feeding may not be necessary at all if the compost is fresh then, feed in summer only if the plant hasn’t been repotted recently. It is often solitary and has stems cm in diameter; Distribution: Outer perianth segments linear, obtuse and short-ciliate at apex. Send a photo of this plant. From March onwards the plant will begin to grow nagelensis watering should be increased gradually until late May when the plant should be in full growth.

It is found in the valley of Mexico.

If they are not, fungicides angelfnsis help all that much. We are, of course, seeking photos of species not yet shown in the gallery but not only that, we are also looking for better pictures than those already present. Repotting every years. Sensitive to red spider mite. Hunt Mammillaria dioica f. Plants usually solitary, sometimes sprouting at the base or sides when old.

Without latex or vaguely milky, whitish-yellowish, but not slimy Tubercles: It is usually solitary, has stems less than 10 cm in diameter, and deep carmine red flowers to 22 mm in diameter; Distribution: Occasionally mealy bugs they develop aerial into the new growth among the wool with disfiguring results, but the worst types develop underground on the roots and are invisible except by their effects.


The gallery now contains thousands of pictures, however it is possible to do even more. Direct sow after last frost. Kuntze Neomammillaria haageana Pfeiff. Densely white-woolly and with tortuous white bristles to 10 mm long. It look fine in a cold greenhouse and frame.

Mammillaria haageana subs. san-angelensis

Mammillaria haageana, Zngelensis, Puebla, Maexico. Both them mammilaria refer to one species. Deep magenta-pink to pale pink, funnel-shaped, up to 10 mm long, mm in diameter. Pericarpel 1,5 mm long, receptacle-tube 1,9 mm long, external tepals mm long, mm wide, linear-lanceolate purple red with a greenish base, internal tepals mm long pink to purple with a darker midvein.

Some warmth throughout the year will increase the grower’s success. Puebla, Oaxaca, and Morelos. The flowers re white or pink with darker midviens.

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Send a photo of this plant. Overhead watering is helpful in controlling mites. Red, pinkish at the base, about 1 cm long.

Globularor somewhat elongate in age, glaucous green, up to 15 cm high, 3- cm in diameter, apex wolly. Water regularly in summer but do not over-water. It always looks good and stays small.

Mammillaria Mammillaria haageana subsp. san-angelensis

Do not confound with Mammillaria san-angelensisa different rare specie native from close to the city of Mexico. Craig Doweld Ebnerella angelensis R. The name comes from an island off Lower California which is its habitat. Scales are rarely a problem.


It is an excellent plant for container growing. Keep dry with ample airflow in winter. It occurs in Cardonal-tetechera.

Mammillaria haageana Photo by: Mammillaria angelensis is somewhat difficult to cultivate. Use pot with good drainage.


From late September watering should be reduced to force the plant to go in to a state of semi dormancy, by October you should be back in to the winter watering regime. Use a an open and free draining mineral compost with little organic matter peat, humus that allows therefore roots to breath as it is rot prone. Nonetheless, there are several pests to watch for: In Habitat from March sna April.

The elevation range where this species occurs is wide, therefore it is found in many different vegetation types such as deciduous tropical forest, xerophyllous scrub, oak forest and secondary vegetation, juniper forest, pine forest, lava flows, and often in disturbed areas.

Care must be taken with watering as they tends to become swollen and untidy in growth habit if szn too much water and shade. The lower one usually longer Flower: Cuttings of healthy shoots can be taken in the spring and summer. The cuttings should root in 2 to 6 weeks. In the rest period no high atmospheric humidity!! It is threatened by habitat loss and collection of plants for horticulture.