Echinopsis chamaecereus - Peanut Cactus ~Rose Quarts

1 Review

This is a super easy to grow clumping cactus, bursting with finger-like stems. The stems can grow up to 12.0" long and curl out of a pot.  It blooms with large, orange to red flowers in late spring, the ones I have all seem to be hot pink. The plant has short, bristly spines that are relatively gentle to the touch. This species is native to Argentina where it grows as a creeping, clumping mat.

You will receive a similar plant that may or may not be blooming at the time of shipment. Plant is featured in a 6” pot and will be shipped semi bare root.