This plant is native to Pan de Azucar north to Guanillos Valley Chile. Flattened globose stem shape, growing to about 6"-8" in diameter. Long grey/white/black spines. This species has large flowers, as the name implies. Very slow to offset, if at all. This plant grows best in full to filtered sun. Water the plant during its growing season, but keep dry during dormancy. The flower is yellow.