Escobaria missouriensis (Nipple Cactus)

Coryphantha missouriensis


BLOOM PERIOD:  April - June

HABITAT:  This is mostly a prairie cactus.  It can be found growing among tall grasses, under the shade of brush or small trees on the slopes of small hills.  Soils range from gravelly to sandy loam as long as it is well drained.

TEXAS: Denton County
TEXAS: Cultivated, April 2006
TEXAS: Cultivated, April 2008