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Trichocereus ‘Zeus’ (Echinopsis)

Parents: unknown. Zeus looks very much like an Ecuadorian Trichocereus. Origin of the Plant The ZEUS clone is a rare clone that spread throughout the collections thanks to SAB members like Aplantis (now www.greencandygenetics.com) and Misplant. It´s originally from Egypt and was brought into circulation by SAB member Philocacti. Philocacti found the clone 14 years…

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Other Cacti from the Sacred Succulents Field Trips

Other Cacti from the Sacred Succulents Field Trips Hi Guys, in this post I will show you some of the other cacti from the Sacred Succulents Field trips. The copyright of all those pics is: Ben Kamm, Sacredsucculents.com BK08530.1 Mahueniopsis boliviana, Tambillo, Bolivia This majestic Mahueniopsis is from Bolivia. Sacred Succulents gave away seeds of…

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Trichocereus tulhuayacensis / Echinopsis tulhuayacensis

Trichocereus tulhuayacensis is very rare and could only be found around Huancayo. This is the only San Pedro cactus in nature with a flower other than white. The flower is pink what indicates a natural hybrid of a San pedro with something else. Description of Trichocereus tulhuayacensis It gets up to 2 meters tall, has…

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