Cactus and Succulents - Every 3 Week

Echinopsis “Rose Quartz”

x Chamaelobivia “Rose Quartz”
Echinopsis chamaecereus c.v. “Rose Quartz”

Clumps to 12″. Vibrant rose-red flowers.

 

 

Echinopsis atacamensis

A tall and spiny column, slow growing. Similar in form to the better known Saguaro, it grows faster and handles winter rains better than the Arizona Saguaro. Gorgeous white flowers with a hint of pink.

Echinopsis chiloensis

Slow growing, branching at base, columnar to 25’h. Dried branches are used for Rain Sticks.

Echinopsis eyriesii

Solitary or occasional clusters, to 12″ tall. Long-necked pink flowers rise high above the stems.

Echinopsis lageniformis fa. monstrose

Trichocereus bridgesii “Monstruosa”

There are a number of different clones of this monstrose cactus, but they all have the smooth skin, regular branches, and thin long spines.

Echinopsis oxygona

Forms clumps. Stems are variable – 2-10″ diameter; spines are variable, not always present. Large tubular showy flowers range from pinkish white to lavender, sometimes light red.

Echinopsis sanguiniflora

Lobivia sanguiniflora

Small clumping stems to 6″. Blood-red flowers. Thickened taproot, plant in deep pots.

Echinopsis tarijensis

Solitary cylindrical stems will branch from the sides at about 10 feet tall, will grow eventually to 15ft.

Echinopsis x “Bright Pink”

South American and North American Hybrids

Echinopsis “Grandiflora Hybrids” – Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms. They will have a large bloom flush in late spring or early summer, depending on when we get our first warm temperatures. They will also send out a few more blooms through the summer and can get a 2nd large flush in the fall.

Echinopsis x “Buttercup”

South American and North American Hybrids

Echinopsis “Grandiflora Hybrids” – Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms. They will have a large bloom flush in late spring or early summer, depending on when we get our first warm temperatures. They will also send out a few more blooms through the summer and can get a 2nd large flush in the fall.

Echinopsis x “Butterfly Mango”

South American and North American Hybrids

Echinopsis “Grandiflora Hybrids” – Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms. They will have a large bloom flush in late spring or early summer, depending on when we get our first warm temperatures. They will also send out a few more blooms through the summer and can get a 2nd large flush in the fall.

Echinopsis x “California Rose”

South American and North American Hybrids

Echinopsis “Grandiflora Hybrids” – Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms. They will have a large bloom flush in late spring or early summer, depending on when we get our first warm temperatures. They will also send out a few more blooms through the summer and can get a 2nd large flush in the fall.

Echinopsis x “Camper Red”

South American and North American Hybrids

Echinopsis “Grandiflora Hybrids” – Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms. They will have a large bloom flush in late spring or early summer, depending on when we get our first warm temperatures. They will also send out a few more blooms through the summer and can get a 2nd large flush in the fall.

Echinopsis x “Cloud Dancer”

South American and North American Hybrids

Echinopsis “Grandiflora Hybrids” – Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms. They will have a large bloom flush in late spring or early summer, depending on when we get our first warm temperatures. They will also send out a few more blooms through the summer and can get a 2nd large flush in the fall.

Echinopsis x “Glorious”

Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms. They will have a large bloom flush in late spring or early summer, depending on when we get our first warm temperatures. They will also send out a few more blooms through the summer and can get a 2nd large flush in the fall.