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Browsing: Cereus

Cereus is a genus of columnar cacti from South America. The name is derived from Greek "κηρός" and Latin words meaning "wax" or "torch". The genus Cereus was one of the first cactus genera to be described.

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Succulentopedia Cereus insularis

Cereus insularis

Cereus insularis is a cactus with many green, erect or trailing stems with 6 to 8 straight ribs. The stems are up to 1 inch (2.5 cm) in…

Succulentopedia Cereus aethiops

Cereus aethiops

Cereus aethiops is a shrubby, erect, more or less columnar cactus, sometimes prostrate, usually much-branched from the base, with stems that grow up to…

Succulentopedia Cereus 'Ming Thing' aka Cereus validus f. monstrose

Cereus 'Ming Thing'

Cereus 'Ming Thing', also known as Cereus validus f. monstrose, is a monstrose form of Cereus validus. It is a unique cactus, up to 12…

Succulentopedia Cereus forbesii

Cereus validus

Cereus validus, also known as Cereus forbesii, is a shrubby or tree-like cactus with ribbed, blue-green stems. It grows up to 23 feet (7 m)…

Succulentopedia Cereus albicaulis

Cereus albicaulis

Cereus albicaulis is a shrubby cactus with weak, sparsely branched stems. It grows up to 40 inches (1 m) tall. The stems are 4-edged with…