Haageocereus tenuis


People are always asking us...
What is the rarest plant you have?

In 2004 there were only 500 individuals of Haageocereus tenuis left in habitat. Between 2004 and 2014 70% of this population died off, and it is expected 70% of the remaining population will die by 2024.
We acquired this plant from a retired cactus researcher with his collection of intensely rare field collected Opuntias.

This is not a statement piece, a collectors item, or a center piece for your garden. This is a critically endangered specimen plant for those familiar with ex-situ conservation who have a proper greenhouse setup.

Plants are individually boxed and ship bare root, pot/soil not included