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|Species Echinocereus sanpedroensis Has orange/reddish blooms in a tubular form, long tubes about 4" to 5" on average ...(
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Bloom Size: 3 to 4
|Full Description: Species Echinocereus sanpedroensis Has orange/reddish blooms in a tubular form, long tubes about 4" to 5" on average with a 3 to 4" diameter bloom, flowers profusely. Growth is green many ribbed almost cylindrical with spiny stems averaging 5 to 8" tall which grow in clusters, spines are golden yellow in color. Native to Sonora, Mexico from Sierra Madre mountains. to the sea of cortez coast.|
Syn; Echinocereus scheeri .
Notes; Likes ample water in warm season but low water needs in winter. Hardy to 20 degrees for short periods. Profuse bloomer. Growth tends to be self branching forming large blooming clusters in only a few short seasons from a small plant.
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