Opuntia galapageia (60-80)
The Opuntia, also known as disc cactus, is native to Mexico, Chili and Argentina. New discs are formed in the growing season, which usually produce rudimentary leaves. Compared with other cacti species, the Opuntia bears few spines.
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This plant display is made up with a pot plant, filled with Vulkastrat and is equipped with a waterlevel indicator. Vulkastrat absorbs more water than regular soil and releases it gradually to the roots. Vulkastrat cannot shrink shut due to its coarse structure, which keeps the soil more airy and allows the roots to absorb enough oxygen.