|Full Description: Hildewintera hybrid 'Butterfly' Has a 5"+ diameter bloom with inner petals white to cream colored, light orange overlay, ruffled petal edges, pinched and pointed petal tips. Stamens and stigma are light yellow to cream colored, anthers are light purple. Outer petals are narrow, extend past inners, radiating, orange with a variation of light to darker pink overlay and an orange mid stripe, petal edges have a faint light purple overlay. Back petals are dark to burnt orange to pinkish with a lighter orange mid stripe, re-curving.
Stem growth averages 1-3/4" in diameter, is dark green, multi-ribbed cylindrical form. Long brownish colored spines average 1-1/2" long.
Notes : A cross of HWH 'Noller2' X Trichocereus vasquezii Hybridized by Hartmut kellner.(*might have mixed up info. here as also getting R. Autenrieth as the hybridizer, if anyone has accurate info. please let us know, otherwise still researching to give 100% accurate info. for this hybrid ).
Blooms are fragrant and strongest at dusk. Strong grower and a good bloomer once stem height reaches 12" to 18"+ in length.
Bloom is white to light yellow-cream inner petals and white-orange with pink overlay outer petals first open then color changes to light yellow to pinkish-orange to even more pink coloration.
Offered As : An 8" inch + long cutting to all mail order locations. Larger rooted plants are available for mail order with in the U.S. only or for pick up at our walk in nursery. Click the link below to order or for info./driving directions/times open etc.
(Pictured below is HWH 'Butterfly' in bloom;front,side-view,bud development and typical growth as examples).
Established 1 gallon rooted plant(s) up to larger specimen multi-plant(s) may also be available for shipping within the U.S. only or for pick-up as most are very large, so sorry but no international shipping of large plants.
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