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How to grow Hikuri Mulato (Epithelantha micromeris) from seed

Seed germination, sowing instructions for Hikuri Mulato. Epithelantha micromeris is easy to grow from seeds. Dwarf, slow growing, cactus. Plants need sandy soil and pots that drain well. They like sun, but don't tolerate full sun all day. In winter, the dormant period, plants should be watered very carefully. In summer they may be watered more often. Seeds can be sown in the spring or summer. Sow the seeds thinly on top. Cover eventually with a bit of fine sand. To keep moist and warm you may lay a piece of glass across the top. After germination the glass should be removed gradually. The seedlings should not be disturbed until they are well rooted after which they can be transplanted sep
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