Trichocereus Pachanoi Little Babys | San Pedro Cactus

Hey Kings !
Introducing my baby San Pedros

Trichocereus Pachanoi is native to Ecuador and Peru. Its stems are light to dark green, sometimes glaucous, with a diameter of 6–15 cm and usually 6–8 ribs. The whitish areoles may produce up to seven yellow to brown spines, each up to 2 cm long although typically shorter in cultivated varieties, sometimes being mostly spineless. The areoles are spaced evenly along the ribs, approximately 2 cm apart. White flowers are produced at the end of the stems; they open at night and last for about two days. Large numbers can be produced by well established cacti and may open new flowers over a period of weeks. The flowers are large, around 19–24 cm long with a diameter of up to 20 cm and are highly fragrant. There are black hairs along the length of the thick base leading to the flower.


Curious two heads brother =)


First brothers being tested on substrate



Read to go to their new rooms


These are already getting ready to go to the substrate


Here we see some family members who were not born very healthy, let's see if we can recover them

soon more updates =)

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