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A gorgeous tree-form cactus , native to a very limited area in Haiti. Nearly extinct in it's native habitat.  Grows to 20 ft. in height, with large, flat, glossy green pads and rich golden-orange flowers that fade to dark orange.  Quite spiny in it's juvenile form but nearly spineless as it matures.  Very drought tolerant and a striking, unusual addition to the drought-tolerant garden. 


Full to part sun, well-drained soil, occasional to little water.
Hardy to approx 25-30 degrees F.  with some cover to prevent pad damage.

USDA zones 9b-13b
Pot size: 3 inch



Consolea falcata ( Saguaro Opuntia, Tree opuntia)

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