Peruvian Apple Cactus-Cereus peruvianus
This tall gal is perfect for a sunny corner. She’ll keep to herself but she’s no wallflower. Although somewhat slow growing she’ll eventually reach more than 6’ tall indoors (up to 30’ tall in the wilds of South America). If given the right conditions she’ll push 6-8” long white to pink flowers that open during the night.
Keeping this girl happy: Plant using a fast-draining succulent or cactus soil and place in a bright room in direct sunlight. Water monthly making sure that the soil dries out in between waterings. Feed twice a year with a general-purpose fertilizer labeled for houseplants in March and August.
Companion Plants: Snake Plant, Zebra Plant, miscellaneous succulents
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