Here you will find several species of Chamaecereus. Crosses of Chamaecereus x Lobivia or Chamaecereus x Echinopsis and a few
Hildewintera hybrids which tend to be larger in stem growth than Chamaecereus. Most Chamaecereus are commonly called peanut cactus due to there peanut shaped stems. Columar in growth when young, pendant as they mature they produce many vivid bloom displays spring to fall. In winter they cannot go below freezing but below 50 degrees and you will have an abundance of blooms come spring. There for the most part semi-dormant in winter growing very little and can get reddish stem growth during winter, little water requirements in winter. In spring and summer they take regular fertilizer same as Echinopsis and regular watering.Easy to grow even indoors as long as they get a few hours of bright light each day. They pup easily and form a compact mass over time with blooms produced on each stem.