Strong cultivar of unknown origin.
Stem: Semi columnar, up to 8 cm
in diameter, 25 cm tall..
Central spines: Up to 4,5 cm long.
Flower: Up to 12 cm across. Tepals:
oblanceolate that are often apically
retuse, peach-pink marked with fine lilac-pink
veins, nicely ruffled, delicate, the
outer petals have honey tones. Throat-circle: Clear pink. Filaments: Bright reddish-pink with cream anthers. Stigma: White.
This plant is a summer grower species that offers no
cultivation difficulties. Water regularly in summer (but do not
overwater ) needs good drainage and very porous soil, keep rather dry in
winter. Feed with a high potassium fertilizer in summer. Need a bright
exposure, full sun or half shade in summer if the location is
exceedingly hot or bright.