This plant, widely distributed in central and southern Mexico, is one of the species commonly known as “Mexican Fence Post” because of its ability to easily root from cuttings. The stems generally are about 5-angled and are bright green; the ridges tend to be lined with white, bristle like spines. This plant grows outdoors in Tucson and has not been damaged at low temperatures of 20F. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
- Product: Pachycereus marginatus