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Red Hot Chili Poker Chamaecereus Hybrid

Red Hot Chili Poker Chamaecereus Hybrid
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Chamaecereus sylvestri hybrid 'RED HOT CHILI POKER' Has a 1" average diameter bloom in brightly colored red to orange-red ...(
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Bloom Size: Small

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Full Description: Chamaecereus sylvestri hybrid 'RED HOT CHILI POKER' Has a 1" average diameter bloom in brightly colored red to orange-red flowers. Growth is tall and slender unlike the species Chamaecereus sylvestri. Average stem diameters are 3/4" and seldom exceed 1" diameter but stem segments are very long 12"+ to 18" in length. Blooms profusely in warmer months and occasionally during winter months. Easy to grow needing little care or water in winter. Give occasional water in summer months and re-pot once a year into fresh soil mix. Hardy below freezing to mid 20s. Likes full sun to partial shade most locations. Suitable for basket type growth. Stems can be somewhat pendant once they reach over 12" in length.

Offered as 2 to 3 small rooted plants a minimum 6" above the soil line.
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