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Trichocereus ‘Psycho0’ Echinopsis lageniformis

Trichocereus ‘Psycho0’ Echinopsis lageniformis Psycho0 is an Australian Trichocereus clone. It belongs to Echinopsis lageniformis. The clone was dedicated to the same-named SAB member, who unfortunately died at a very young age. It has always been …

Trichocereus ‘BOGAN’ (Echinopsis)

Trichocereus ‘BOGAN’ (Echinopsis) The Bogan clone has one of the funniest backgrounds of all the clones that are known in the community. It all goes back to the year 2006, when the SAB Member DuG …

Jeans (Trichocereus bridgesii)

Jeans (Trichocereus bridgesii) This interesting plant is a Trichocereus bridgesii clone that was originally sourced by the Australian SAB member Sir Jeans, who gave this clone to a handful of people. By sharing this clone …

Trichocereus ‘Yowie’ (Echinopsis)

Trichocereus ‘Yowie’ (Echinopsis) Yowie is an Australian Trichocereus clone that came from the Fields collected. It probably came to Australia during one of the first expeditions by Harry Blossfeld, who funded his trips by selling …

Trichocereus Manguinii aka Trichocereus WK

Trichocereus Manguinii aka Trichocereus WK Hi Guys, another cactus from the ancient times. Trichocereus Manguinii Backeberg, which can also be found throughout Australia under the name Trichocereus WK. I have absolutely no idea what WK …

Trichocereus ‘Rod’ (Echinopsis)

Trichocereus ‘Rod’ (Echinopsis) The Australian SAB Clone ROD is a rather rare Ecuadorian Echinopsis pachanoi. This plant comes from the type locality of the species in Ecuador. You can recognize Ecuadorian Pachs by the color …

Trichocereus ‘Zeus’ (Echinopsis)

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 …

BK08612.4 Trichocereus peruvianus, Matucana, Peru

BK08612.4 Trichocereus peruvianus, Matucana, Peru Trichocereus Peruvianus from Matucana. Very cool frosted blue type! Pic: Ben Kamm, sacredsucculents.com This type is known for its frosted blue epidermis and chances are San Pedros from Matucana are …

Trichocereus tulhuayacensis

Trichocereus tulhuayacensis OCHOA, KAKTEEN UND ANDERE SUKKULENTEN 1957 This species 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. …

Trichocereus ‘Los Gentiles’ (Echinopsis)

Trichocereus ‘Los Gentiles’ (Echinopsis) The Los Gentiles strain is mostly known through the California based Nursery Sacred Succulents, who has been offering crosses with this type for years. They sell both seeds and cloned plants, …

Trichocereus ‘Nothink’ (Echinopsis)

Trichocereus ‘Nothink’ (Echinopsis) This clone is one of the lesser known clones, and it took years until I got some good photos of it. NOTHINK has become more common lately, and there are a few …

J3 – Trichocereus (Cactus Country)

J3 – Trichocereus (Cactus Country) J3 is one of the unlabeled hybrids that Jim Hall of Cactus Country grew. There is not really much known about this clone, and the parents are lost unfortunately. Most …

Rosei 1- Trichocereus (Echinopsis)

Rosei 1- Trichocereus (Echinopsis) Both Rosei 1 and Rosei 2 are among the most popular clones in the Trichocereus community. Just like so many great plants, they originated from the Fields collection in Victoria. The name …

Trichocereus Longispina KK1670

Trichocereus Longispina KK1670 This Clone was distributed by Karel Knize and the Plant on the Pictures was provided by our Friend Trout from troutsnotes.com! The Cutting was obtained in 2000. Another Seed grown KK1670 was …

Lophophora

Lophophora I know that those plants actually don´t belong on a Trichocereus Website. But as most of our friends are heavily into Lophophora Growing, I decided to create a page that shows a couple of …
Trichocereus camarguensis

Trichocereus Carmaguensis KK1414

 Trichocereus Carmaguensis KK1414 Synonyms: Echinopsis Camarguensis This is a very typical Trichocereus Camarguensis from Karel Knize. He assigned the collection number KK1414 for a collection site in Camargo, Bolivia, where this plant originally comes from. …

Trichocereus Lookalikes

Trichocereus Lookalikes There are various columnar cacti that you can encounter. And though many look very much like Trichocereus on the first look, many of them actually aren´t. This page is about the many lookalikes …

KK340 Trichocereus cuzcoensis (Echinopsis)

KK340 Trichocereus cuzcoensis (Echinopsis) KK340 Trichocereus cuzcoensis is a wild strain collected by Karel Knize. Knize´s numbers stand for regions instead of mother plants, which is why there are various different plants with this field …

Trichocereus Schickendantzii (Echinopsis)

Trichocereus Schickendantzii (Echinopsis) This species was originally described by Britton & Rose in their book THE CACTACEAE, which was published in 1920. The plants grow in large clusters, in which they are pupping abundantly from …

Terscheckiinot (Peruvianus/Cuzcoensis)

Terscheckiinot (Peruvianus/Cuzcoensis) This plant is from the breeder Shruman and I lack any substantial Information on the plant. I once got seed but unfortunately, the viability was not great so I did not get any …

Trichocereus Crassiarboreus (NN)

Trichocereus Crassiarboreus (NN) Trichocereus Crassiarboreus is a plant that was discovered by Friedrich Ritter in 1957. When he found flowering specimens in 1964, he moved the species to Weberbauerocereus. I am not a specialist on …
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