Trichocereus Cuzcoensis is a species from the Cuzco region of Peru. Measuring up to 20 feet in the wild, it is very similar in appearance to Trichocereus Peruvianus (Peruvian Torch). According to experts, the two species have often been misidentified for one another, which has led to intentional and/or accidental hybridization. This mixing has led to further difficulties in the identification of the two species. Cuzcoensis is generally said to have yellowish spines that become white with age. The two enjoy the same growing conditions. We also offer many other trichocereus species and hybrids!
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