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Trichocereus glaucus – Echinopsis glauca

Trichocereus glaucus, also known as Echinopsis glauca, is a Peruvian Trichocereus species described by Friedrich Ritter. It might be synonymous with Trichocereus chalaensis, or at least related to it in some form. There are also Peruvianoids that are sold under this name and I occasionally encountered Trichocereus fulvilanus …

Trichocereus peruvianus Echinopsis peruviana Mega Page

Trichocereus peruvianus or Echinopsis peruviana is a columnar cactus that can get up to 4 meters long and reaches 20 centimeters in diameter. It´s also called the PERUVIAN TORCH cactus and is native in Peru. Britton and Rose – The Cact. II, S.136 /192 Photos of Trichocereus peruvianus …

Trichocereus macrogonus – Echinopsis macrogona Mega Page

Trichocereus macrogonus, also known as Echinopsis macrogona, is a columnar cactus. The first description about it was made using the name Cereus macrogonus SD. Cact. Hort. Dyck.Cult. Currently valid name name: Echinopsis macrogona, the name is disputed by some authors and re-described as Trichocereus macrogonus by others. The …

ICARO DNA Trichocereus peruvianus (Echinopsis peruviana)

ICARO DNA is a strain of Trichocereus macrogonus/peruvianus from Peru. They are collected by the reputable vendor Julio from the Icaro DNA shop, who has been active for many years now. Their strain is an extremely blue and spiny Peruvianus strain that comes from the Matucana region on Peru. …

SS01 (Trichocereus peruvianus)

SS01 (Trichocereus peruvianus) was brought into cultivation by Sacred Succulents. It is one of their oldest clones, going back many years and the number of hybrids that involves it is really high. It actually is a very blue Trichocereus that would usually be called Tr. peruvianus or Tr. …

Crowdfunding Campaign TRICHOCEREUS book VOLUME 1

Crowdfunding Campaign TRICHOCEREUS book VOLUME 1 This is the crowdfunding campaign post for our first Trichocereus book TRICHOCEREUS VOLUME 1: THE SAN PEDRO GROUP. Hi guys, I just wanted to take the time to let you all know about the status of my crowd funding campaign for the …

Sausage Plant (Trichocereus peruvianus)

Sausage Plant is a very blue type of short spined Trichocereus peruvianus or some kind of Trichocereus pachanoi. The name comes from the “sausage-like” growth. It has the tendency to terminate its growth and pup again on top of the old shoot. That look can sometimes make them …

ICARO DNA (Trichocereus peruvianus)

ICARO DNA (Trichocereus peruvianus) The ICARO DNA is not actually a clone but a seller who is very well know for it´s high quality Trichocereus seeds. The plants grow into amazingly dark to blue-green colored columns with strong spines. Sometimes, those spines are also dark brown colored and …

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 discovered a very cool type of (back then, suspected Trichocereus macrogonus) growing in …

LOS GENTILES Trichocereus peruvianus

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, which is why there is a large generic diversity. LOS GENTILES is Trichocereus peruvianus / Trichocereus macrogonus …

ROSEI 1 (Trichocereus peruvianus) Fields

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 was used in very old cactus literature to label a certain, very blue types of Trichocereus peruvianus …

KK336 Trichocereus glaucus – Echinopsis glauca

I am totally not sure if Knize´s Trichocereus glaucus is actually the same plant that Friedrich Ritter described as Trichocereus glaucus. Here is what I have about Knize´s KK336. He sold the plant for a very long time and collected them at various sites. The first one was …