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EULYCHNIA IQUIQUENSIS EXTREMELY RARE CACTUS
from Morra, Morena, Chile
White wooly aereoles, white flowers, slow growing to approx 3 m
In the wild this plant gets most of its water from coastal fog and mist
Eulychnia iquiquensis (Copao). This is a rare cactus growing up to 7m, with branches growing from its base to create a bushy form. The areolas are covered in dense white wool, from which grow long straight spines 2-12 cm in length. White flowers appear near the shoot tips and are around 3-6cm in diameter.
This plant gets most of its water from condensation from coastal fog. It doesn't need full sun but will appreciate good drainage.