Cereus forbesii spiralis
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Cultivation and plant care:
- Exposure: sunny and airy. Mild temperature, minimum 10°C.
- Soil: draining, a mix of pumice, soil, and lapillus. Fertilize in spring.
- Watering: fortnightly in spring and summer.
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Cereus forbesii spiralis – Characteristics
This Cereus forbesii spiralis is a genus that belongs to the Cactaceae plant much appreciated due to its recognizable spiral shape. It has an erect stem that can also create light green branches tending to green-blue, it also has ribs that form its particular and beautiful spiral shape from which it takes its name. Its areoles are white and fluffy from which yellow-brown needle-like spines, typically short, emerge. During the flowering period, it gives life to beautiful and huge flowers with a funnel shape and a pink-white colour.
|Draining with some pumice, sand or lapillus
|From June to September