This plant has a mild fragrance
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Acanthocereus is a genus containing around 14 succulent species in the cacti family, Cactaceae. Species are primarily sprawling or shrubby plants, often with distinctly angled, arching stems. The flowers are white and nocturnal and can be fragrant and have spines and scales. Spines are thorn-like - short and stout. Mature fruits too, may have spines, are red and contain large black seeds in a red pulp.