Whale Finn cactus
The Whale Finn cactus, also known as Stenocereus thurberi, is a unique and beautiful plant that originates from the Sonoran Desert in North America. In its natural habitat, this cactus can grow up to 20 feet tall and is often found in rocky and sandy areas.
The Whale Finn cactus has long, slender stems that can be up to 5 inches in diameter, and its surface is covered in small, spiny bumps that give it a distinctive texture. During the spring and summer months, the Whale Finn cactus produces small, pink flowers that bloom along the edges of its stems. These flowers are followed by small, red berries that are a favorite of birds and other wildlife.
The Whale Finn cactus is a slow-growing plant that can eventually reach impressive heights if given enough space to grow. It makes an excellent addition to any sunny windowsill or outdoor patio, and is sure to be a conversation starter with its unique shape and texture.
💦 Water: Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. In the winter, reduce watering to once every few weeks.
☀️ Light: Bright, Indirect Light. We recommend LED Full Spectrum Plant Light Strips, 2 foot
🪴 Potting: When potting your cactus, choose a pot with drainage holes and use a cactus-specific potting soil or a mixture of sand and peat moss. We recommend Potted Elephant's Cacti & Succulent Potting Mix.
🌿 Habit: Upright