- Flower nameParodia Submammulosa
- Scientific nameParodia mammulosa ssp. submammulosa
- AliasTom Thumb, Lemon Ball, 獅子王丸, Parodia mammulosa
- Place of originUruguay and Argentine
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May
What is Parodia Submammulosa
Parodia Submammulosa, Tom Thumb, Lemon Ball or Shishioh maru (scientific name: Parodia mammulosa ssp. Submammulosa) is a native from the Uruguay and Argentineand is a cuctus in the family Cactaceae. It has a spherical shape with a diameter of about 15 cm, has sharp spines, and is strong. In spring, light yellow flowers with a diameter of about 5 cm makes bloom.
Common name: Parodia Submammulosa, Scientific name : Parodia mammulosa ssp. Submammulosa, Synonym: Notocactus submammulosus, aka: Tom Thumb, Lemon Ball, Shishioh maru.