|Full Description: Chamaecereus hybrid 'Edith' Has a 1-1/4" to 1-1/2" inch diameter bloom with inner petals rose-pink with a white throat. Stem growth is typical Chamaecereus or Peanut Cactus type growth but stem segments are a bit longer than most Chamaecereus hybrids averaging 8" to 12"+ long by 1" to 1-1/4"+ inch diameter, then becoming pendant after branching at 12"+ inches in length. Very close ribs, cylindrical type growth with very short spination. A cross of Chamaecereus silvestrii X Lobivia winteriana. Beautiful bloom with a nice color break of the white throat to the rose-pink coloration. A profuse bloomer early spring to mid summer. Hybridized by Dr. F. Binnig.
Offered As : 6" to 8" inch long cuttings to all mail order locations. Larger rooted plant(s) are available within the U.S.A. only or can be picked up at our walk in nursery location. Click the link below for details, info. to visit us or to place an order for mail order of larger plants to U.S. destinations only.
( Pictured below are more images of 'Edith' in bloom, including side views, bud development & typical stem growth examples ).
Established 1 gallon rooted plant(s) up to larger specimen 10" basket 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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