|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|espostoa lanata habitat||0.46||0.4||1276||95|
|espostoa lanata cactus||1.33||0.1||3601||76|
The Espostoa genus covers a variety of columnar cactus species, with slow growth and with a height that can exceed 2 meters in nature (while usually when it is cultivated it does not exceed 1 meter). The stem is divided by horizontal ribs, very thorny and covered with dense fluff. It is said, in fact, the “woolly cactus”.What is Espostoa lanata?
Espostoa lanata is a columnar cactus with densely hairy stems that grow up to 23 feet (7 m) and up to 8 inches (20 cm) in diameter. It looks very similar to Cephalocereus senilis. The main difference is the presence of sharp spines on E. lanata. It is quite variable in size and spines, and for this reason, it has received several names.Is the Espostoa cactus edible?
Espostoa is a genus of columnar cacti, comprising 16 species known from the Andes of southern Ecuador and Peru. It usually lives at an altitude of between 2625 and 8200 feet (800 and 2500 m). Its fruit is edible, sweet, and juicy.How tall do Espostoa plants grow?
Several species of Espostoa are especially popular in cultivation due to their fuzzy white hairy appearance. Large commercial growers typically sell the plants as up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall stems. However, being large columnar species, these plants do not grow nearly as vigorously in pots as they would in the ground.