This lovely grayish-green cactus, a native of Mexico, grows starbursts of unusually pointed leaves along trailing stems, making it ideal for draping from the sides of containers as part of an indoor succulent display. The ghost plant gets its name from the powdery coating that dusts its leaves and makes the plant look like something you might find in a haunted mansion. The ghost plant’s delicate white flowers, flecked with red and appearing in the springtime, are also star shaped and lend to the unearthly appeal of this beautiful plant.
Unique foliage give these cacti a romantic, artistic appeal. Perfect for all kinds of containers, dish gardens, and terrariums. May be displayed outdoors in warmer weather. Likes lots of sunlight. A south or west-facing window is ideal. Makes a perfect gift plant.