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solaritea

Beautiful new Trichos

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I purchased a couple cuttings recently that I'm really happy with. Really beautiful and unique plants.

One labeled as Trichocereus peruvianus huanucoensis

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And one labeled as Trichocereus peruvianus x Trichocereus macrogonus hybrid

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I'm sure I didn't switch the labels because I photo'd the first before I unwrapped the second.

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That huanucoensis is awesome. Nice finds!

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What does the first label mean? That are two different species.

And the second one? Peru x Macro got more spines for true.

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the hj huanucoensis seedlings, that are still known to be what they are **edit** (plants that still have the original source attached to them, found primarily in san diego through los angeles, and up at bk's. his and zelly's are the most peruvianus like of all the ones ive seen), are typically considered a peru, altho occasionally described as a bridgesii on roids (they were peru collected, meh, i like calling them huanu's my self. i wont open a can worms here and imply others like to call them sausage from that time fields ordered from harry johnson.oops, cracked the can... dont beat me up).

 

 

"And the second one? Peru x Macro got more spines for true." (sorry im def not smart enuff to figure out the multiquote,,,)

 

 

...that time when youre homie sowed out a grip of SS01 x SS02 and got some really nice variation especially that one with short spines- it happens #texasedition

 

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