Hildewintera colademononis is native to the Bolivian department of Santa Cruz in Bolivia,
Hildewintera colademononis, is a fantastic plant with very long white and soft, hairlike spines. The common name “monkey's tail” refers to the appearance of the hairy stems. It is free flowering and the outsize bright red blooms are particularly decorative. It is a vigorous, epilithic cactus, branching at the base. At first upright, then pendent and is up to 2.5 meters long. Stems are cylindrical, light green 2-7 cm across, and completely concealed by the spines. The hair-like spines grow gradually. The flower isBright red, 7-8 cm long, almost horizontal from the the areola. Fruits:More or less spherical, reddish 8-12 mm in diameter, drying and splitting open lengthwise at maturity. Their seeds germinate easily.
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