i keep googling this plant and the blooms look spectacular! i know i can grow this one in tucson, so if anyone can spare a cutting, i'd sure love one.
i have cuttings of succulents, begonias and epi-cacti i can share.
Since you are in Tucson, you might want to check out Plants for the Southwest/Living Stones on Stone and Blacklidge. They usually have Peniocereus greggii and P. transmontanus for sale.
I have this plant, what would you like to trade for it. I like Sansevieria,
I like miniature species of all kinds I love Crassula species and I lost most of my collection. Peniocereus greggii is not an expensive plant. Mine came from the Huntington Gardens, and I may have documentatiion for the plant. Thanks, Dufflebag
Today I found a small green worm burrowed inside my Peniocereus greggii. Does anybody know how to treat it? Thanks for your help.
Hey Dufflebag, does Sansevieria cylindrica too big for you? I may have a small one if you would like to trade ;-)
You might have the Peniocereus by now. But if not your almost neighbor Miles2Go in Cortaro is just offering both varieties of Peniocereus greggii in his new list and web-site. They are well grown seedlings.
Here is a link that might be useful: