Isolatocereus Dumortieri Cacti. Candelabra Cactus.
The Isolatocereus Dumortieri Cactus is a large tree-like branching variety of cacti. Pale bluish-green, well defined woody trunks have shallow ribs usually between 5-8 on stems upto 6 inches in diameter. Areoles are tightly spaced on the ribs, each containing 1-4 central spines and 6-9 radials which grow darker with age.
Short funnel shaped flowers are pale green-white in colour and are nocturnal but do remain open into the next day. Small un-armed oval shaped reddish coloured fruits follow.
Perfect for Cacti enthusiasts. Very difficult to find for sale at this size in the UK.
These are amazing quality Large Cacti. Photo 1 shows some of the actual Cacti in stock now. Photos 2-3 show the cacti coming into stock from April 2020. Limited availability. Please Note: Heights stated include pot sizes.
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ISOLATOCEREUS DUMORTIERI CACTUS. Candelabra Cactus.
Latin Name: Isolatocereus Dumortieri.
Common Name: Candelabra Cactus
Origin: Central to Southwestern Mexico.
Hardiness: Hardy down to -4
Growth Characteristics: Very large branching Cactus. Pale bluish-green in colour with 5-8 shallow ribs. Straight, heavy spines line the ribs in tightly spaced areoles. Short funnel shaped flowers, pale green -white in colour. Easy to grow. Slow growing. Drought tolerant.
Sun: Full sun.
Soil: Well drained soil. Gritty.
Moisture: Water more in summer and during growing period. Allow to dry between waterings. Keep dry in winter.
Size 110-125cm/single/£159.95 Is Available For Delivery Now.
Pre-Order Size 170-180cm/multi/£279.95 Now For Delivery From April 2020.
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