Fouquieria macdougalii is one of the most showy of the Ocotillo family. It grows into a large ball shaped shrub with hundreds of spiny stems growing from the base of the trunk. The trunk get very thick and bright green with tan peeling bark. When in flower it produces very large structures of tubular bright red flowers. You are bidding on one of the specimens shown. Plant in full sun, water regularly in the summer. Leaves may drop when stressed or dormant. Be careful not to over water when it is trying to rest.