|Full Description: Echinopsis species Echinopsis eyriesii Also commonly named 'Pink Easter Lily Cactus'.
Synonym(s): Echinocactus eyriesii, Cereus eyriesii, Cereus turbinatus, Echinopsis turbinata, Echinopsis pudantii, Echinopsis oxygona.|
Native to South America but found in many collections worldwide, probably the most common Echinopsis species encountered. Growth is globular to semi-columar averaging 12" tall in hieght and 6" in diameter. The blooms are mostly white with lavender to pink tips and back petals, flower form is a semi-funnel. Pups very easy and can obtain a large cluster or clump of plants in a few seasons. Blooms open at night and can stay open during the day if cool weather.
Native to these regions in South America: Corrientes, Misiones (Provincia) - Argentina : Parana, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina - Brazil (South America)
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