Native to South Africa, this cactus is also known as the Desert Candle Cactus. It’s used to desert conditions – think bright sunlight and not a lot to drink!
It will grow but not as much as it would in the wild. Rotate regularly to make sure it doesn’t start to slant towards the light.
While it’s incredibly easy to care for and a real looker, its sap is toxic, if you do get any on your skin, wash quickly.
Water when the top inch of soil feels completely dry, draining any excess water to avoid root rot.
It's pictured here with our Seagrass Tribal Basket.
Pot width 24cm
Plant height 90cm
Water Around once a week, when the top layer of soil feels dry.