A very rare houseplant in the UK. We love the magnificent statement this houseplant makes!
Marginatocereus marginatus crestato is a strikingly beautiful succulent native to Mexico. The crestato form is highly sought after and almost never available in this size making it a real prize to get hold of.
Very decorative with a unique, sculpture-like appeal when grown as a single specimen indoors. This beautiful, unusual plant will be a source of fascination for any visitor to your home. A real style plant, we are one of the few companies to stock this wonderful succulent.
This stunning cactus will wow your visitors with its completely unique form, almost the shape of a mountain range or a rocky outcrop. With this plant in your home you will certainly be bringing a little bit of the wild west into your living space……think statement piece!
This large houseplant is an excellent choice for anyone new to indoor plants as it requires very little care.
If you want to give this plant as a special gift, we can include a free, handwritten card. Just add your gift message at the basket stage of the checkout and we’ll arrange it! We won’t include paperwork so the price won’t be seen!
Please note that we hand deliver our extra large plants to London and the Home Counties only. Please see our delivery section for details.
Easy care, suitable for beginners.
Where should I put it?
This succulent likes high or direct light, so a sunny spot.
How much should I water it?
This plant only needs watering when the soil feels dry to the touch and does not like overwatering.
Should I feed this plant?
You can give this succulent a feed in spring and summer - try our vegan, organic plant food.
Is this plant suitable if I have pets?
No, this plant is toxic to cats and dogs.
What size does this plant come in?
Size: W33cm x H100cm - Why not look at our great selection of seagrass planters?
If you love this wonderful cactus then you may also like: Myrtillocactus Geometrizans T Crested
If you’d like more advice on general houseplant care, why not have a look at our video?