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Cereus Forbesii Monstrose (Ming Thing)

Cereus Forbesii Monstrose (Ming Thing)

Regular price $130.00 USD
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Introducing the Cereus forbesii monstrose 'Ming Thing,' a truly mesmerizing and one-of-a-kind cactus that will elevate the aesthetic appeal of any plant collection.

The 'Ming Thing' cactus features intricate and irregularly shaped stems that create a stunning architectural display. Its fascinating contortions give it an otherworldly appearance, making it a conversation starter and a true focal point in any indoor or outdoor setting.

Not only is the 'Ming Thing' visually striking, but it is also low maintenance, making it an ideal choice for cactus enthusiasts of all levels. This hardy succulent thrives in bright, indirect light and requires minimal watering, allowing it to adapt well to various environments.

Don't miss the opportunity to own this extraordinary Cereus forbesii monstrose 'Ming Thing' cactus. Add a touch of whimsy and intrigue to your plant collection today!

Light: Medium to bright filtered sunlight is best for it to thrive.

Water: Allow it to dry out in between watering and especially slow down water when the weather turns cold.

This cactus will ship bare root and will be ready to place directly in a well draining soil mix like our Custom Cactus Mix.

Photos in the listings unless otherwise specified are representative of the plant that will be sent to you.
However, Plants grow differently and each plant may vary slightly in shape, size, growth pattern, etc.
Of course, if you receive a plant that you are dissatisfied with please reach out to us. We want to make it right!

If temperatures near you are below 45℉ we highly recommend adding a Heat Pack to your order.
If temperatures where you live will be much lower than 20℉ even heat packs may not work. You may consider waiting until things warm up a bit. We know you love your plants just like we do and we wouldn't want any of them to freeze.

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