Full Description: Species Echinopsis subdenudata Has a 4" average diameter white nocturnal, funnel shaped bloom with a very long greenish flower tube-often 8" to 12"+ in length. Inner petals are pure white with light greenish to lemon-yellow back petals.
Growth; Stem growth is dark green, globular in form with 8 to 12 ribs. Almost spineless, the spines are located on the edges of each rib and are covered with white/cream colored hairs at each aeriole. The spines are very short, almost non-existent for a cactus.
Native to:Echinopsis subdenudata is native to Bolivia and Paraguay in South America.
Offered as; A small rooted plant minimum 2-1/2" diameter to all locations.
(Below are more pictures of Echinopsis subdenudata bloom-side views, flower tube close up & typical stem growth examples.
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