The Peanut Cactus is native to Tucumán Argentina, and
occurs at elevations to over 4000 feet. It exhibits a good
degree of frost hardiness - online references suggest that
this plant will survive temperatures down to 20 degrees
Fahrenheit provided that the plant is kept dry. The stems
can grow up to 12.0" long and curl out of a pot. It blooms
with Yellow flowers in late spring and has short, bristly
spines that are relatively gentle to the touch.
Growing in 3" pots and shipped bare root.
Plant may or may not be in bloom st time of shipping.
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