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Trichocereus terscheckii

Trichocereus terscheckii
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Species TRICHOCEREUS TERSHECKII Also called or Syn.-(ECHINOPSIS TRICHOCEREUS) The largest of the Echinopsis family ...(
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Bloom Size: Large

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Only available for pick-up due to size


Large Plant

$199.95

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Full Description: Species TRICHOCEREUS TERSHECKII Also called or Syn.-(ECHINOPSIS TRICHOCEREUS) The largest of the Echinopsis family this species is native to Argentina and can grow huge! Simular in growth to Saguaro cactus with large upcurving arms. Often commonly called the 'Argentine Saguaro'. Grows 14' + and has a white night blooming flower. Easy to grow zones 8b to 10b likes a little shade in drier climates but full sun in most. Easy to grow!

Offered as a large plant in 15 gallon or 24" box only available for pick-up at the Fallbrook, Ca. growing area. Visit this link for driving directions open most Saturdays 9am to 5pm. Epicacti Nursery

Note: The plants offered here were garden cultivated and were not removed from there native habitat.
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