Hechtia zamudioi AS009-3

5031

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This handsome species described in 2008 by Espejo, Lopez-Ferr. and Ramirez came to us from Andy Siekkinen who found them growing on and between limestone boulders on cliff walls near the Río Estorax, Querétaro, Mexico. The climate is hot and dry and the plants survive on little water. Clusters form a dam of sorts, trapping soil and debris to create a terrace like gardens that support other plant species, according to Andy. A handsome, compact rosette shape and silvery color make this an attractive species to cultivate.