This is another offering of our rare hybrid cactus seedlings. The mother plant in this hybrid cross is a wild form of trichocereus pachanoi. Wild San Pedro cactus is generally thought to have larger spines than the predominant cultivar of trichocereus pachanoi that is commonly sold as a landscaping cactus in the U.S. Some collectors feel that wild pachanoi is more authentic, while other simply enjoy the variation in appearance of having multiple types of trichocereus pachanoi. IN this case, a wild trichocereus pachanoi was pollinated with trichocereus pallarensis pollen. Trichocereus pallarensis is an extremely rare trichocereus species. trichocereus pallarensis is said to be a subspecies of trichocereus peruvianus, although variable specimens also suggest that there may be some trichocereus terscheckii genes in the mix. It is likely that these seeds will produce a mix of different forms. 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. For instance, you may get the increased growth speed of one species combined with the spine length or coloration that is characteristic of the other species. For collector’s, their fascination with hybrid cacti can be the pursuit of superior specimens, to the aesthetic mixing to simple rarity. with hybrids, you go from a set number of existing species to a seemingly endless list of possible combinations. For anyone beginning to collect hybrid cacti, this is an essential choice because it combines the two most iconic members of this wonderful genus. Although people don’t usually think of cacti for their flowers, trichocereus flowers undoubtedly rival the most impressive flowers of any other type of plant out there.
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