Trichocereus Bridgesii Cactus - Bolivian Torch Cactus
Trichocereus Bridgesii Cactus - Echinopsis Lageniformis
Bolivian torch cactus, is a columnar cactus from the high deserts of Bolivia. Among the indigenous populations of Bolivia, it is sometimes called achuma or wachuma.
Bolivian Torch is a tall, columnar cactus that is native to Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. The seeds are pure non-hybridized bridgesii. Both the father and mother are bridgesii. This means they have not be crossed with any other cacti species and contain 100% Trichocereus bridgesii genetics.Trichocereus bridgesii can grow up to 2 meters tall and have multiple branches. It has a large variability in the number of ribs (0-9) and produces some of the most fascinating forms of variation. The cactus shows nocturnal flowers up to 15 centimeters in diameter. This cactus is cold hardy and can withstand temperatures down to freezing if kept dry. Hardy to at least USDA zone 7 and possibly even colder. An excellent addition to a rare plant collection.
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