Cereus Plants?

Answer The cereus plant constitutes a unique North American desert species; a handful of varieties exist. These plants grow in a very limited region of the United States and exhibit unique growth habits. ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Cereus Plants

Are cereus house plants?

Cereus plants are commonly grown as houseplants. These plants are members of the cactus family and grow gangly vines without spines. This is a tropical plant and requires warmer weather than what i... Read More »

How to Plant Cereus?

There are 34 species of Cereus, a type of columnar cacti, with night-blooming cereus, botanical name Peniocereus greggii or Cereus greggii, the most widely known. Night-blooming cereus blooms in t... Read More »

How to Take Care of Cereus?

Cereus (Hylocerus undatus), also called night blooming cereus, is a common-looking plant until the flower opens, which only happens at night and is viable for one night only. The flower opens so qu... Read More »

How do I cultivate night-blooming cereus?

Perform CuttingTake a 2- to 4-inch cutting from the half-inch twiggy stems of an existing night-blooming cereus plant. Night-blooming cereus plants are very easy to propagate through cuttings. Keep... Read More »