Cactus and Succulents - Every 3 Week

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.

Echinopsis x “Golden Warbler”

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 “Grandiflora Hybrids”

South American and North American Hybrids

Hybrid Hedgehog cacti with dozens of large, fragrant blooms in many colors. We have been growing these for a number of years and have chosen our own cultivar names. They may also have other names at other nurseries. Trichocereus grandiflorus (The Red Torch Cactus, or Echinopsis huascha) is the inspiration for the name above. Echinopsis, Echinocereus, and formerly Trichocereus, Lobivia and Helianthocereus species have been hybridized to create the wide range of varieties.

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.

Stems get 3 to 5 feet tall, and can splay outwards as they get crowded with new stems. Mature plants can have hundreds of blooms, but even small plants can bloom every year.

Echinopsis x “Jewel White”

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 “Peach Melon”

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 “Popcorn”

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 “Rocket 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 “Tropical 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 “White Lightning”

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 “Paulina”

x Chamaelobivia “Paulina”
Echinopsis chamaecereus c.v. “Paulina”

Tight clumps to 12″, lots of small hot-magenta flowers

 

Eriosyce cachytayensis

Small black barrel with long black spines; tuberous root. Unknown origins, may be a hybrid or subspecies of Eriosyce taltalensis. Keep dry in winter.

Espostoa guentheri

Vertical columns, whitish to yellow spines, to 8ft tall. When mature will form a reddish cephalium with cream colored flowers.

Espostoa lanata

Harsh Peruvian deserts; dense white hairs; tree-like to 20ft

Espostoa mirabilis

Tree-like growth, shrubby, branches at base, stems are columnar to 6ft. tall. Densely covered in spines and fine hairs.

Espostoa senilis

Large and tree like. Light brown spines when young grow more white as they age.

Euphorbia ammak

Species is green, however the green/white variegated variety is commonly sold under the same name, or E. “Ammak”. 4-sided stems with curled edges. Tree form, tall and branchy.

Euphorbia grandicornis

Stout, shrublike growth with impressive spines resembling cow’s horns. Bright yellow flowers on mature plants capture the eye. Frost tender.

Euphorbia obesa

Small round striped plants. Will grow eventually to 12″ tall. Keep very dry, especially in winter.

Euphorbia pseudocactus

Tall and cactus-like shrub with a wide spreading candelabra shape. Forms branches and will have tiny leaflets on the newer growth.