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I have two that need an ID.

Posted by farmerted361 zone 6 Western NY (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 12, 06 at 7:20

I have two cacti that need an ID. Thanks, farmerted361:)

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RE: I have two that need an ID.

I only see one picture, but how about Pseudolobivia? Or a relative in the Echinopsis group?

RE: I have two that need an ID.

Well, the cacti itself looks nothing like Pseudolobivia, and the flowers are shaped totally different. I think its more of an Echinopsis hybrid. I though that someone might have the same hybrid, and know its name? It's a round spiney Echinopsis, the spines are somewhat long a little over an inch. The fellow that grew it claimed that it started blooming when it reached 3 to 4 inches tall. I have no idea if it gets any taller, I only baught it cause I liked the shape of the flowers, plus its a really dark red!

Thanks, farmerted361:)

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