Eriosyce used to be a very little genus. It now includes Chileorebutia, Delaetia, Horridocactus, Islaya, Neochilenia, Neoporteria, Pyrrhocactus, Rodentiophila, and Thelocephala. All the species still come from Chile, and vary in shape from globular to shortly columnar. The name 'Eriosyce' comes from the Greek for woolly 'fruit'. Many of the species have a tap root. The potting soil used should have an excellent drainage. They generally take some frost for a short period of time. You are bidding on the plant pictured. Please read our FAQ for more information about combined shipping.
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