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Habitat: stony, arid regions of Mexico.
Description: a group of plants showing upright or climbing habit with slim, angular stems with few short spines. The nocturnal, long-tubed flowers may be fragrant. The taproot is large and conical.
There may be some synonyms in Wilcoxia.
Soil: basic mix.
Location: choose a very bright place.
Temperature: we recommend a minimum temperature of 8-10°C (46-50°F).
Water: less than average; the plant stores water in its caudex.
Cultivation tips: propagate from seed or cutting.
Main species of Peniocereus: Peniocereus jonstonii, syn. Cereus j.
Peniocereus  maculatus; Peniocereus  greggii; Peniocereus  rosei, it spreads slowly over the nearby area but its habit is not as sprawling as that of Machaerocereus eruca; Peniocereus  diguetii; Peniocereus  viperinus; Peniocereus  marianus, syn. Wilcoxia m.; Peniocereus  greggii: with a sturdy root.

 

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