Meet the Easter Lily Cactus, known scientifically as Echinopsis subdenudata, a fast-growing and visually stunning cactus from Mexico and South America.

The Easter Lily Cactus is famous for its fragrant, nocturnal flowers that bloom in spring, showcasing colors like white, pink, yellow, and even multicolored varieties.

Spectacular Blooms

Thriving in direct sunlight, this cactus loves summer outdoors and requires indirect light in winter. Water it regularly in summer, allowing the soil to dry between waterings, and adjust frequency based on pot size and environmental conditions.

Sunlight and Watering Needs

Fertilize with a cactus-specific fertilizer during the growing season for vibrant blooms and healthy growth. Use a terracotta pot with a well-draining soil mix of potting soil, perlite, pumice, and sand to ensure optimal health.

Fertilizing and Potting Tips

Propagate through offsets or seeds, with the cactus producing flowers within four years from seed. The Easter Lily Cactus, resilient to temperature variations and drought, grows quickly and adds a unique charm to any setting.

Propagation and Growth