Pilosocereus is a genus of cacti that contains many different species that includes both cacti that are commonly seen and some that are so rare that they're almost unknown. Pilosocereus cacti are mostly tree-like, and their flowers are shaped like tubes.Their name derives from the Latin term for “hairy cereus,” thanks in part to their spiny aureoles, many of which have a golden tint.
• 6" pot
Light: Bright Direct light (think bright south-facing windows)
Water: Low - drought tolerant
Pet Friendly: No