Parodia are small cacti that grow into a wide, cylindrical shape. Parodia warasii is endemic to Brazil and its populations are declining mostly due to landslides resulting from agriculture erosion. This species grows grows in rock cracks on walls in mixed Araucaria moist and deciduous forest. They are usually solitary, although they can branch out to form small clusters. These cacti require slightly more water and less direct sun than most other cacti.
LIGHT A few hours of direct sun
WATER Water when soil is completely dry
Nature is unique - actual plant may vary from photo.