“Pilosocereus” Genus

Pilosocereus Genus Image

Pilosocereus is native to Neotropics and endemic to Brazil. This genus’ natural habitat is subtropical or tropical forests, shrubland, and rocky areas. Pilosocereus comes from the Greek term “pilosus,” meaning “hairy cereus.” The term refers to Pilosocereus plants with hairy areoles on their blue or green stems and tube-like white or pinkish-white flowers.

Pilosocereus Plants On Succulent City

Pilosocereus Pachycladus Image
Pilosocereus Pachycladus
Pilosocereus Azureus Image
Pilosocereus Azureus
Pilosocereus Magnificus Image
Pilosocereus Magnificus
Pilosocereus Leucocephalus Image
Pilosocereus Leucocephalus
Pilosocereus Gounellei Image
Pilosocereus Gounellei
Pilosocereus Lanuginosus Image
Pilosocereus Lanuginosus
Pilosocereus Glaucescens Image
Pilosocereus Glaucescens
Pilosocereus Fulvilanatus Image
Pilosocereus Fulvilanatus
Pilosocereus Calcisaxicolus Image
Pilosocereus Calcisaxicolus
Pilosocereus Tillianus Image
Pilosocereus Tillianus


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