Native range: Sonoran Desert
Known names: Saguaro Cactus
Hardiness: ~15°F, keep dry in the cold!
Mature Size: ~15' in 100 years!
Light: Best in direct, full sun.
Water: If possible, avoid much winter water, maybe once a month. Water more often during summer.
Soil: Fast draing, coarse succulent soil
Dormancy Period: Winter
Plant Size: Grown in 2.5" pot
Saguaros are one of the most iconic, stereotypical cactus that represents the deserts of the Southwest! Keep in mind that these are BEYOND slow-growing. This plant is about 5 years old!!! Grows to a whopping 1' in 20 years!