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Can you ID this Cactus?

Posted by cynthianovak 7/8 TX (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 29, 13 at 11:55

I know it's hard to see, but the flowers are distinctive and long, about 10 inches long. It has very short spines. More like stubble: in fact it is easy to touch the green and avoid being stuck. I'll take a daytime shot today. It's blooming again. 4 flowers, that makes 15 since April. thank you.....c


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RE: Can you ID this Cactus?

Its an echinopsis Cynthia. Its its in the same family as this one.


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RE: Can you ID this Cactus?

Wow! Thank you. Do the flowers on yours get really long?
c


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RE: Can you ID this Cactus?

These are more stubby but each of those is about 5inches across


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RE: Can you ID this Cactus?

I found it with the big clue: Echinopsis Oxygona
Thank you!


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