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ID help please, short clumping, red flower

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was wondering about an ID for this guy with the red flowers... for a friend.

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and a couple of others in their garden

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trichocereus grandiflorus

echinopsis .....

astrophytum ornatum

 

maybe :-)

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really ...? I thought grandiflorus was more columnar, I have no experience with it though except that it has longer spines or at least a longer central spine than spachianus, I thought spachianus and  grandiflorus had relatively similar growth habits. columnar.

 

yep im all good with the ornatum ID, a bloody nice one it is too.

 

other one is meant to be bishops hat..not sure on the botanical name though

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what doublebenno said, without the maybe...  :)

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echinopsis seminudus ??

 

sure looks like em to me.......

 

re: grandiflorus, I've never seen any over 60 cm tall

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