Consolea rubescens “Roadkill”

Consolea rubescens “Roadkill”

Consolea rubescens is a really intriguing species as it literally looks like it got ran over we sometimes will call them hashbrowns as well. This special plant is native to parts of Florida and the Caribbean. With that being said these don't mind frequent waterings usually every 12 days or so. We are obsessed with these and stoked we are able to share them!

*Some may be single stem without protruding growth.*


Bright indirect light to direct sun and watering every 12-14 days. The plant will actually get a bit flexible when in need of water. When repotting, use a coarse cacti soil medium.

All of our plants are ethically sourced from certified U.S. nurseries. We strongly condemn the poaching of plants or wild collection.