Trichocereus Spachianus is also known as Gold Torch for its numerous short, golden-brown spines. Its lime green body distinguishes it from many other popular trichocereus varieties although older cuttings can be darker. Spachianus is native to western Argentina and Bolivia and is easy to grow in pots. Starting in late spring, its huge, nocturnal, white blooms can expand up six inches in diameter and are attractive to bees. It is a rapid grower and enjoys moderate watering. Branching typically occurs at the base with stems reaching upwards of seven feet with age. This listing is for one small cactus cutting as pictured. These smaller cuttings are ideal for simple grafting projects. You can also root them simply by putting them in some lightly moist cactus soil and waiting for them to send out roots. We have large 12″ cuttings available as well.
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