This handsome Pachycereus pringlei comes from northwestern Mexico. It is an impressive cactus houseplant and is known as a Mexica Giant Cactus. The tallest cactus species in the wild is the Pachycereus pringlei. they have been known to live for several hundred years and reach over 10m in height.
When grown as a house plant it will stay a much more manageable size.
This is a drought-tolerant plant with low watering requirements. Only water when the soil is completely dry.
Place in a nice sunny spot which gets at least 4 hours of sunshine a day.
It is hardy down to -4∘C degrees for short periods which means you can pop it in the garden. It just needs to be protected from too much rain, and from the frost in the winter.
Delivered in 10.5cm plastic pot.