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Trichocereus "Pacharu" cutting to trade

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Hey all.

I cut a piece of this plant to propogate it a few days ago and am interested in a trade. I'm looking for others trichos I don't own already. Nice pachanoi, peruvianus or possibly interesting hybrids. Ecuadorian or KK339 type pach would be nice. Fatty trichos also desired and considered. :)

This plant seems to be a hybrid, somtimes is nicknamed "Pacharu". Cutting for trade is a 37cm mid cut. (pictured with tape measure). A very unique and attractive plant. Very short spaces between each areole.

Other pics are to show what it will grow into.

To trade

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I'm looking for others trichos I don't own already.

not sure, but its doubtful you own any in my garden

unless of course you have a spare woolunda pach :wink:

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This could very well be Trichocereus puquiensis. The one from the description, which is a lot closer to Tr. pachanoi than Tr. peruvianus or Tr. cuzcoensis.

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unless of course you have a spare woolunda pach :wink:

Well, I wouldn't call it spare, but i do have a woolunda. :wink:

What does the name pacharu mean/refer to?

I didn't the coint the term, but I think someone came up with it because they thought it looked like a cross between pachanoi and peruvianus. so I guess the "ru" part comes from peRUvianus. I dunno though. We can just call it a hybrid. Or of course if EG is right I'd be happy to call it a puquiensis. I don't think anything we name it will stop me liking it in a hurry. :wink:

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Here is a pic to the original Tr. puquiensis in the sense of the description. From Tricho Nest!

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