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Cereus forbesi monstrose

Cereus 'Ming Thing' is a very attractive monstrose form of Cereus forbesii. Forms myriads of sculptural blue shapes with very short black spines and woolly areoles. Excellent for windowsill or dish garden culture. Prefers shade or filtered light. Plant in a porous cactus soil with adequate drainage for best results. Prefers warmer temperatures during cold winter months. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Less water during cold winter months to prevent root loss. Protect from frost.

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