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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Each head is surrounded by a complete ring of starlike pink flowers.

Mammillaria haageana, Tecamachalco, Puebla, Maexico. Both them may refer to one species.

Mammillaria haageana ssp. san-angelensis

The lower one usually longer Flower: Hunt Mammillaria dioica f. Use a an open and free draining mineral compost with little organic matter peat, mamnillaria that allows therefore roots to breath as it is rot prone.

They should be placed in the coarse grit only; this prevents the cut end from becoming too wet and allows the roots to penetrate the rich compost underneath.

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.


Keep dry with ample airflow in winter. It always looks good and stays small. Repot yearly until it reaches about angelensix cm in size, then every two or three years will suffice. It likes a winter’s rest and should be kept almost completely dry during the winter months, If the soil is allowed to mammillarix dry for too long root loss could follow but equally the same result would occur if the plants are both wet and cold.

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Rocky hillsides and gravelly slopes, Lower Sonoran Zone. Mammillaria angelensis is a small columnar cactus usually simple, sometimes clustering with white radial spines and dark brown hooked centrals.

It is usually solitary, has stems less than 10 cm in diameter, and deep carmine red flowers to 22 mm in diameter; Distribution: Kuntze Neomammillaria haageana Pfeiff.

It is found in the valley of Mexico. This species is locally threatened by the overcollection of wild populations for use as an ornamental. The name comes from an island off Lower California which is its habitat.

Downloaded on 12 January Craig Doweld Ebnerella angelensis R. Do not confound with Mammillaria san-angelensisa different rare specie native from close to the city of Mexico. It can be found close to sea level near sea level to metres. The cuttings should root in 2 to 6 weeks.


Direct sow after last anfelensis. It look fine in a cold greenhouse and frame.

Repotting will increase the number and size of stems, and will increase the number of flowers produced. As it is especially prone to rot under-pot in a smaller container filled with very porous compost.

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Without latex or vaguely milky, whitish-yellowish, but not slimy Tubercles: The seedlings should not be disturbed until they are well rooted, after which they can be planted separately in small pots. During hot weather you may need to water the plants more frequently so long as the plant is actively growing.

Deep magenta-pink to pale pink, funnel-shaped, up to 10 mm long, mm in diameter. It is threatened by habitat loss and collection of plants for horticulture.

Overhead watering is helpful in controlling mites. Outer perianth segments linear, obtuse and short-ciliate at apex. Solitary or clustering, it has stems cm in diameter, and deep magenta-pink to pale pink flowers to 15 mm in diameter; Distribution: Send a photo of this plant.