|Full Description: Trichocereus hybrid 'Newland's Orange' has a 5" to 6" diameter bloom with 3 rows of orange colored petals, darker orange throat and near base, fading to lighter orange towards petals last half, pencil thin burnt orange edges, wide rounded petals. Back petals are more narrow and dark orange with faint bronze overlay on petal tips. Stamens are medium to dark orange, cream colored anthers and stigma. A cross of Trichocereus huasha gold X Trichocereus huasha red. Hybridized by Mark Dimmitt.
Growth : is tall columnar averaging 3-1/2" to 4-1/2" in diameter and 3ft.+ tall. Short white to brown radial spines with long brownish central spines that average 1-1/4" long. Apex-new growth spines are dark browth to honey colored.
Offered as : A small offset or pup to all mail order locations. Larger rooted plant(s) are available for mail order within the U.S. only, or for pick up. See link below for info. about our walk in nursery.
( Below are more pictures of 'Newland's Orange' in bloom; front, side, close up and typical stem growth examples ).
Established 5 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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