Arthrocereus melanurus var. Estevesii' crested


Description: 

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The Arthrocereus melanurus var. Estevesii' crested is a rare crested version of the Arthrocereus melanurus var. Estevesii. It sports monstrose, peculiar cylindrical stems that branch from the base. Ribs typically total approximately 15. Gorgeous areolas bear golden-yellow spines.

Plant Details
USDA Zone Information: 
10a - 11
Family: 
Cactaceae
Flower : 
Yellowish
Ideal Light Conditions: 
Full sun to partial shade
Ideal Water Conditions: 
Moderate in summer/Dry in winter
Latin Name: 
Arthrocereus melanurus var. Estevesii crested

Corporate Clients (The King hangs hard)

Movies:

RoboCop (1987)
RoboCop 2 (1990)
Hot Pursuit (2015)

Television:

USA Network's Queen of the South (2019)

Botanical Gardens:

New York Botanical Gardens
Oklahoma City Zoo/Botanical Gardens
Mercer Arboretum in Houston, Texas
Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Houston, TX Zoo
San Antonio, TX Zoo

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Houston, TX Rodeo

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