Super Succulents



This genus comprises 10 columnar, perennial cactus species. They possess ribbed stems, usually between 10-30 ribs and tend to become tree-like and branched with maturity. Species in this genus are covered with fine, white, woolly hairs, which cover short, sharp spines underneath


Caring For Espostoa

1) Light: should be bright in the wintertime and quite sunny throughout the summer. As a desert dweller, this cactus does well in full sun exposure

2) Water: The plant should be watered well during the hot months of the summer, but leave plenty of time for the soil to dry out thoroughly between watering

3) Soil: Cotton ball cactus does best when kept in well-draining, fertile soil. It can do well with a pH level ranging from 6.1 to 7.8

4)  Temperature: These cacti can tolerate temperatures as low as 10° degrees Fahrenheit. However, they will do better if protected from freezing

5) Fertilizer: A cactus fertilizer used monthly is appreciated



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