Cereus peruvianus f. monstrose
English name: Monstrose Peruvian apple cactus
Latin name: Cereus peruvianus f. monstrose
Family: Cactus- Cactaceae
Origin: South America
The Peruvian apple cactus has a spreading stem and tree-like shape. The Monstrose variety is characterized by its irregularly ribbed, grey-green shoots, growing up to five metres in height. The flower opens for one night. The white pulp of its orange fruit is edible.