Echinopsis candicans / Trichocereus candicans

Echinopsis candicans / Trichocereus candicans

Echinopsis candicans, also known under the formerly accepted name Trichocereus candicans, is a Trichocereus species from Argentina. It is very variable and forms a complex that holds various forms, and which is also connected to other species like Trichocereus purpureopilosus, Trichocereus lamprochlorus and Trichocereus huascha. It regularly forms hybrids with the latter around La Rioja and there is a wide variety of flower colors associated with it. The classic flower color from the description is white.


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JT 2009.014 JT (Lobivia ferox x L. longispina ) x Psl. calorubra

Lobivia hybrid JT 2009.014
(Lobivia ferox x L. longispina ) x Psl. calorubra

This incredible hybrid has no name yet, but it is likely that we will assign one very soon. The plant has a typical Lobivia / Pseudolobivia body and is currently used by the breeder Patrick Noll in his crosses.

Breeder: The breeder of the JT 2009.014 is Jürgen Theisinger from Wolfstein.

Parents: (Lobivia ferox x Lobivia longispina) x Pseudolobivia Calorubra (a form of Echinopsis obrepanda)

Breeder´s Code: JT 2009.014

Flowers: Not measured.