Trichocereus terscheckii (( SORRY THIS PRODUCT IS OUT OF STOCK ))
This is a very large cactus, found in Northwestern Argentina were its called Cardon grande or Cardon santo, sacred cactus. It has frequently been confused with another species, T, pasacana, of the same region, but it is more branched, with fewer ribs, different spines, and large flowers. A columnar cactus branching above ground and growing to the astonishing size of 30+ feet, they are the hardiest of the Trichocereus genus. Most Trichocereus species can be grown from seeds or propagated from layers or cuttings.
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