- Flower namePeruvian apple
- Scientific nameCereus peruvianus
- Alias鬼面角, Peruvian apple
- Place of originBrazil and Uruguay
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Peruvian apple
Peruvian apple , Kimenkaku, Hedge cactus. Peru cereus, or Cereus peruvianus, (scientific name: Cereus peruvianus), is a large pillar cactus and half-hardy and evergreen perennials native to Brazil and Uruguay that belongs to the family Cactaceae. The green pillar grows about 10-20 m. The column color is green, but it becomes grayish green when it gets older. A long cylindrical flower of about 20 cm blooms on a summer night. The flowers are white, but the outer petals are pink to reddish.
Common name: Peruvian apple , scientific name: Cereus peruvianus, aka: Kimenkaku, Hedge cactus. Peru cereus, Peruvian apple, origin: Brazil to Uruguay, column diameter: 10-20 m, flower diameter: 20 cm, flower color: white, flower diameter :, flowering period: July to September.