Myriostigma (many dotted) is a spineless plant, usually solitary or with very few basal branches.
A transverse section of the stem reveal a perfect star shaped form (like the common star-fish) giving the plant the appearance of a bishop's mitre (hence the common name Bishop's cap).
Watering and Feeding:
Astrophytum plants do not require lots of water. During colder weather, from October till March, refrain from watering them at all. Keep in mind that while Astrophytum Myriostigma requires water in small amounts during the summer, it is important to make sure the plant is not overwatered.
Just like water, these plants do not need to be fed a lot.
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