This is yet another addition to our amazing collection of trichocereus hybrid cactus seeds. These genetics are the result of a “Kimura’s Spint Giant” mother plant pollinated by a trichocereus bridgesii. The Kimura’s Spiny Giant is a very cool pachanoid specimen. It has been described as what you might imagine a pachanoi to be if it were crossed with a terscheckii. By that, it can be summed up as an extremely thick and spiny pachanoi. Bridgesii is a long-spined relative of trichocereus pachanoi and Peruvianus that originates from Bolivia where it is called “Achuma”. Intentionally hybridized Cacti are highly sought-after by cactus collectors because of their rarity. Many hybrids also combine genetics of different species to form superior specimens that contain the more desirable qualities of both parents. Crossing presents the collector with endless possibilities. If you can understand the genetic mixing behind you, this is certainly a bridgesii you want to have in your collection. We offer these in limited supply. Also check our other listings for more trichocereus hybrids. We have the reverse cross of this hybrid combo as well!
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