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BK08612.4 Trichocereus peruvianus, Matucana, Peru

Trichocereus peruvianus BK08612.4 from Matucana. Very cool glaucous blue type! Pics: Ben Kamm, sacredsucculents.com This collection is known for its frosted blue epidermis. The populations in Matucana grow at around 2000 meters and Matucana was originally given as the type locality of Trichocereus peruvianus in Britton & Rose´s …

Trichocereus Echinopsis Freaks, Crests, variegates, Monstrosa

Trichocereus Echinopsis Freaks, Crests, variegates, Monstrosa On this page, I will show a whole lot of pics of interesting Trichocereus monstrosa, freaks, crests, variegates, variegata, mutants and such. In the front, you can see the classic TBM clone, an abbreviation for Trichocereus bridgesii monstrosa. This clone is also …

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 …

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 people that grow them label them “Peruvianus”. Nonetheless, the plant looks like it …

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 …