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Echinopsis sucrensis rare cactus plants

 Echinopsis sucrensis rare  cactusplants for sale. Desert cactus plants for sale, description.

 

 Echinopsis sucrensis, Cardenas 1963 (Bolivia)

This is 5 years seedling of Echinopsis sucrensis.

Because of their exceptional flowers, many Echinopsis species are found in collections world-wide.

They are remarkable for the great size, length of tube, and beauty of their flowers, which, borne upon generally small and dumpy stems, appear much larger and more attractive than would be expected

Stem around 15 cm ( under 6 in)

Flowers: White/Near White

Sun Exposure: Outside full sun or afternoon shade, inside needs bright light, and some direct sun..

Water Needs: Water regularly; do not over water, needs god drainage

Cultivation Soil requirements The growing and resting seasons for Echinopsis are the same as for Echinocactus.[citation needed] Research by J. Smith (former Curator at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) showed that species like the Chilean Echinopsis cristata and its Mexican relatives thrive if potted in light loam, with a little leaf mould and a few nodules of limestone. The limestone keeps the soil open; it is important that the soil should be well drained. In winter, water must be given very sparingly, and the atmosphere should be dry; the temperature need not exceed 10°C during the night, and in very cold weather it may be allowed to fall to 5°C, provided a higher temperature of 14°C is maintained during the day. In spring, the plants should receive the full influence of the increasing warmth of the sun; and during hot weather, they will be benefited by frequent spraying overhead, which should be done in the evening. The soil should never be saturated, as the soft fibrous roots will rot if kept wet for any length of time.

None of the species need to be grafted to grow freely and remain healthy, as the stems are all robust enough and of sufficient size to take care of themselves. The only danger is in keeping the plants too moist in winter, for although a little water now and again keeps the stems fresh and green, it deprives them of that rest which is essential to the development of their large, beautiful flowers in summer.

Soil pH requirements 6.1 to 6.5 (mildly acidic) 6.6 to 7.5 (neutral), 7.6 to 7.8 (mildly alkaline)  Minimum pH: 6.1 •

Maximum pH: 7.8

Min Temperature: 50°F (10°C)

Frost Tolerance: Frost tender

Propagation Methods From woody stem cuttings, Allow cut surface to callous over before planting, fom seed; direct sow after last frost

Other: Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping, Suitable for growing in containers

 

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5 years old seedlings for sale

Because of their exceptional flowers, many Echinopsis species are found in garden centers and collections world-wide.

They are remarkable for the great size, length of tube, and beauty of their flowers, which, borne upon generally small and dumpy stems, appear much larger and more attractive than would be expected

 

 

 

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