How big does a Golden Torch cactus get?

How big does a Golden Torch cactus get?

about 5 to 7 feet tall
Golden Torch Cactus grows to about 5 to 7 feet tall.

How do you identify a golden torch cactus?

It is lime-green with long, radial, yellowish-white spines that turn gray as the plant ages. It produces large, white, nocturnal flowers that are six to eight inches in diameter. The blossoms appear in late spring and are showy and fragrant. The flowers open during the evening and last until noon the following day.

How fast does Golden Torch grow?

6” per year
With its multi-stemmed/clumping habit and slow growth (6” per year) Golden Torch looks exceptional in a decorative pot by the front door or on the patio. Flowers usually come in late spring/early summer and sometimes again in the fall.

When did the Golden Torch closed?

Golden Torch

The Torch
A commemorative plaque placed at the venue’s former site
Genre(s) Northern soul, live music
Opened 1964
Closed 1973

When should I repot my torch cactus?

A general rule of thumb is to repot every 2 to 4 years. If you fertilize annually, the latter is more appropriate but if you don’t fertilize, repot in two years to replenish soil fertility. The best time is during active growth in January or February.

How often do you water a torch cactus?

every two weeks
They will not flower with less than 4 to 5 hours of direct sun a day. vigorous growth and flowering water once a week from April to October and feed two or three times a year. Water every two weeks or so. Soil requirements: Good drainage essential, otherwise not particular.

How often do you water a golden torch cactus?

Use crushed stone or tiny pebbles as soil to improve drainage for your Golden Torch Cactus. Direct light is best. Water your cactus every 10 days to two weeks.

When should I water my torch cactus?

Watering and Feeding Peruviana Torch cactus should be watered deeply, keeping enough of an interval in between to allow the soil to dry slightly. Make sure you water the plant frequently during the growing season, spring and summer. Water near the base of the plant and avoid getting any on the plant column.