Cereus peruvianus 'Paolina'
Paolina comes from a large family based in South America. She's the triple threat—low maintenance, drought-friendly, and thrives in bright or direct light. If you have southern or western exposure, this is the one. In the wild, she blooms fragrant white flowers that last only one night.
Bright indirect or direct light.
Once every 3-4 weeks. Allow soil to remain dry.
Lower maintenance than your Netflix subscription.
Good for jet setters.
Pro-tip: For faster growth in the summer, increase watering to bi-weekly.
Small: Around 9 inches tall with a container width of 4 inches.
Sizes will vary.