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Texas Horse Crippler Cactus Flowers & Fruit
This is a video about a small type of barrel cactus called the Texas Horse Crippler Cactus, Echinocactus texensis. This plant is very closely related to the much larger and more famous plant called Golden Barrel Cactus, Echinocactus grusonii. PLEASE NOTE: These plants have become threatened or endangered in their native habitats in Texas and New Mexico and they are now very rarely seen growing in the wild, but they are still commonly used in the retail sales of cactus sprouts or the cactus and succulent, dish-garden industry. This was filmed over a few months time, during the spring, in Tonopah, Arizona. Please enjoy this and then go watch one of my other videos. THANKS FOR WATCHING! This was filmed with a SONY Handycam, model HDR-CX230 and edited with SONY Play Memories and SONY Movie Studio. ---------------------------------------- LINKS ---------------------------------------------- Here is a link to my Hedgehog Cactus Flower video: (9min.) https://youtu.be/SBvFBc3fOk0 Here is a link to my Ferocactus latispinus Flower video: (27min.) https://youtu.be/ldEiEJnQ1J8 Here is a link to my Various Ferocactus Flower video: (25min.) https://youtu.be/jfVapZvDV54 ---------------------------------------- TAGS ----------------------------------------------- Plant Name: Texas Horse Crippler Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Echinocactus texensis] Animal Name: Jumping Spider (female) [taxonomy:family=Salticidae] Animal Name: Morrill Lace Bug [taxonomy:binomial=Corythucha morrilli] Animal Name: Fang-less Night Snake [taxonomy:binomial=Hypsiglena torquata]
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Echinocactus Homalocephala Texensis Cactus _ Yr 2013
Common Names include :- Horse Crippler (For the heavily spines that lies low to the ground, a hazard to horses, hence the name) Candy Cactus (For the edible and tasty red fruit. The plant is used to make a candy) Devil's Pin Cushion Scientific name :- Echinocactus texensis Synonyms :- Homalocephala texensis Echinocactus lindheimeri Origin :- This species is widespread and common in Texas, southeastern New Mexico, and Olkahoma (USA). It occurs also in northeastern Mexico (Coahuila, southern Nuevo León, Durango Tamaulipas) Habitat :- Chihuahuan Desert, grasslands, openings in oak woodlands, Tamaulipan thorn scrub, on deep soils, saline flats, low limestone hills or limy gravel above Permian red dirt. 0-1400 m; It is a very hardy cactus that grows hidden in the grass. A dense cover of ephemeral herbs or shallow blanket of snow can hide this species completely from view. Cultivation :- H. texesis will do its best with lots of sun, it becomes stressed with inadequate light which could result in weak spines, poor health or even death. It does well with cool winter time temperatures and will tolerate temperatures down below -18°C or less if the roots are kept dry. This variety stores water in the parts of the plant which are above the soil leaving the root system small enough to fit into a proportionally sized flower pot. Needs well drained soil. It flowers easily. Propagation :- Relatively easy to propagate by seeds.
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Three Cacti Fruit & More
This video is mainly about the harvesting of three different types of cactus fruit. I was collecting them at the same time, so I combined the footage into one long video. Also, I have included some animal encounters, that you might want to see. If that's the case, stay with me to the end and don't fall asleep. OK This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. Here are the names of the cacti fruit that are shown in this video: Echinocactus texensis - Texas Horse Crippler Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Trichocereus candicans - (or Echinopsis candicans) I have also included an image of some Hedgehog fruit. The name is Echinocereus triglochidiatus - Claret Cup Hedgehog Here is the link to the crested cactus video project. It is an assemblage of many plants and it is a good long video. Please take about an hour of your valuable time to watch it Thanks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_Qfbuqn4-Q FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan
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Horse Crippler Cactus - Jay Brewer, Wildcatter Ranch, Texas - Unravel Travel TV
Echinocactus texensis is known as the horse crippler cactus since its rigid, flattened stems with their strong spines often lie partly hidden in the prairies of Texas and New Mexico, a danger to any animal that stands on it. The plant is locally common in some places, like Big Bend National Park, but relatively rare in most of its wide range, which extends from the far southeast of New Mexico, across two thirds of Texas towards the Oklahoma stateline and the Gulf Coast. The species has good tolerance for frost and variable rainfall, hence its adaptation both for the hot Chihuahuan Desert and the moister grassland and woodland further east. The cactus is usually (at least) twice as wide as it is high, and may reach a diameter of 12 inches. Ribs are wide and prominent, bearing clusters of spines at intervals of 1 to 2 inches. All spines have narrow lateral grooves; the 5 to 7 radials are shorter, but still thick and sharp, while the single, downwards-pointing central spine is longer, up to 3 inches. Both the salmon pink flowers and bright red fruits are quite striking, and the plant is popular amongst cacti collectors, partly due to its resilience, being both frost-hardy and tolerant of increased watering. Wildcatter Ranch http://www.wildcatterranch.com Live broadcast Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltraveltv.com Unravel Travel TV Twitter http://www.twitter.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu
Views: 1494 Unravel Travel TV
Baby Cactus or Cacti Sprouts
This is my first video, so please forgive me for not editing the bloopers involving ages of the bigger plants. Sorry, but some were two years old and some were three years old. Which is which, I'm still not sure. The smaller sprouts were all about six months old and the Golden Barrels at the end were still germinating and filling up the container. This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, in early spring 2013. These plants are not for sale. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. Here is a list of the plants in this video by genus: Carnegiea gigantea - Saguaro or Sage of the Desert Cereus ? - Apple Cactus or Hedge Cactus Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Barrel Echinocactus texensis - Texas Horse Crippler Ferocactus diguetii - (Giant Barrel) Neobuxbaumia tetetzo - Higos de Teteche xPacherocactus orcuttii - (natural hybrid of Pachycereus pringlei & Bergerocactus emoryi) Pachycereus pringlei - Cardon Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Pachycereus weberi - Candelabro Trichocereus candicans - (close relative of the Argentine Giant) Trichocereus tacaquirensis - (Subspecies taquimbalensis) I hope you like this video and have fun growing baby cactus in your own gardens. Thanks! FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan
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Echinocactus collection
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Echinocactus - garden plants
Echinocactus - garden plants
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The Big Cactus Move
This is a video about moving big cactus plants. There is a lot of noisy craning operations in this video, but I have sped up some of that for the time saving. This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, during the late spring of 2013. Please enjoy this and feel free to ask me anything about moving the big cactus. THANKS FOR WATCHING! Thanks goes out to the many people that helped to make this possible. First, I want to thank the cactus moving crew for all of the digging and framing and boxing of the plants. They are very skilled artists and the real stars of this video. Secondly, many thanks goes to the careful logistics planning and complex coordination provided by Mitschele's Landscape Maintenance Corp, in Phoenix, Arizona. Thanks again Taylor! Lastly, thanks to all truckers and especially the ones that carried these plants home. Of course we all enjoyed plenty of delicious Cambell's soup, during the filming of this video. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. ---------------------------- LINKS ----------------------------- Here is a link to the Part 1 of 3, of the new HD videos: http://youtu.be/K2PBSznehDQ Many thanks to the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona for everything that they do! They made this video possible and they have a great website. Please check it out at: http://www.dbg.org/ They also have a YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DBGVision Thanks goes out to the architects and landscape designers at Colwell-Shelor, in Phoenix, Arizona; for choosing only the best plants for this job. Here is a link to their website: http://colwellshelor.com/ The crane companies do this stuff all of the time. Here is a link to their website: http://www.cranerentalservice.com/ Many of these plants can be seen better in the long slideshow. Here is the link to that slideshow video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CL4CbL_Vg28 Some of these plants are also in the crested cactus video. Here is the link to that video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_Qfbuqn4-Q For an in depth look at the Pachycereus plants, check out this video of three different flower types: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUz2FHMhxlI FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Here is a list of some of the plants in this video: Agave (many) Agave americana - American Century Plant Agave macroacantha - Agave parryi - Parry's Agave Agave salmiana - Aloe dichatoma - Quiver Tree Carnegiea gigantea - Saguaro Cactus Cephalocereus senilis - Old Man of Mexico Cactus Coryphantha ? Coryphantha elephantidens - Elephant's Tooth Cactus Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Barrel Cactus Echinocactus texensis - Texas Horse Crippler Cactus Ferocactus diguetii - Ferocactus emoryi rectispinus - Ferocactus hamatacanthus - Ferocactus herrerae - Spiral Barrel Cactus Neobuxbaumia polylopha - Cone Cactus Neocardinasia herzogiana - Kalapari Cactus xPacherocactus orcuttii - (natural Hybrid) Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Cactus Pachycereus pringlei - Cardon Cactus Pachycereus schottii - Senita Cactus Pachycereus schottii var. monstrose - Totem Pole Cactus Pachycereus weberi - Candelabro Cactus Trichocereus or Echinopsis (many Hybrids) Trichocereus (Hybrid) - Flying Saucer Cactus Trichocereus brevispinulosus - Corn Cobb Cactus Trichocereus candicans - Trichocereus lagenformis - Trichocereus tacaquirensis - Trichocereus terscheckii - Yucca elata - Soap Tree ----------------------- END OF LIST --------------------------- --------------------------- TAGS -------------------------------- Animal Name: Bullsnake [taxonomy:binomial=Pituophis catenifer] [taxonomy:trinomial=Pituophis catenifer sayi]
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Botanic - Echinocactus grusonii
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Echinocactus platyacanthus - Giant Barrel Cactus
Echinocactus platyacanthus hat keinen deutschen Namen und stammt aus Mexiko. Weitere Infos: http://zimmerpflanzen-faq.de/echinocactus-platyacanthus/ Echinocactus platyacanthus is native to Mexiko and also known as Giant Barrel Cactus.
Views: 2493 Frau-Doktor
echinocactus horizonthalonius cactus devils head
echinocactus horizonthalonius
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Beautiful Cacti Time Lapse "Echinocactus Grusonii"...
Never noticed the Blooming Show until I placed it under my movie camera. At 2:00 am I'm sleeping and that's when 35 flowers appeared. Had the Echinocactus Grusonii for over 10 years and have no idea who gave it to me! Is to my understanding most all Cacti will flower at night time! Awsome Fragrance...Lots of Cactus Time Lapstime Videos On The Way! Don't miss out...
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Echinocactus horizonthalonius and Bee(太平丸)
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Echinocactus Species Mix Seeds - Includes Golden Barrel Cactus,  SEEDS on  www.MySeeds.Co
Echinocactus is a genus of large barrel-shaped cacti, usually with large spines and small flowers. This mix includes different variety of Barrel cacti. Barrel cactus is the common name for Echinocactus and Ferocactus Origin: Central Mexico Up to 6 ft (1.8 m) in height and spread USDA Zone: 9-12 Propagate from cuttings or seed Frost tender but resistant to very dry conditions Sometimes slow to germinate; takes anywhere from 2-8 weeks. Keep in mind this is a mix variety and some varieties take longer than other to germinate. Once established they require very little if any care at all.
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Echinokaktus, Kugelkaktus
Grundlagen für alle Kakteen: 1. Licht und Temperaturbedarf 2 Substrate, Gießen & Düngen Kakteen online kaufen Kakteen bestellen Kulturanleitungen für Kakteen: Aporocactus | Astrophytum | Cephalocereus | Cereus | Chamaecereus | Cleistocactus | Dolichothele | Echinokaktus | Echinocereus | Echinopsis | Espostoa | Epiphyllum | Ferocactus | Gymnocalycium | Hamatocactus | Lobivia | Mammillaria | Notocactus | Opuntia | Parodia | Pfeiffera | Rebutia | Rhipsalidopsis | Rhipsalis | Schlumbergera | Trichocereus Echinocactus grusonii Echinocactus grusonii Foto: Bluemoose Lizenz: GFDL Echinocactus Echinocactus Foto: Cookie Lizenz: GFDL Echinocactus texensis fruit Echinocactus texensis fruit Foto: Stan Shebs Lizenz: GFDL Echinocactus texensis flower Echinocactus texensis flower Foto: Stan Shebs Lizenz: GFDL Pflanzenlexikon E - Echinokaktus Echinokakteen sind zylindrische oder kugelige, mit harten Dornen bewehrte Sukkulenten. Der Echinokaktus wird in der Natur bis zu 5 Meter hoch, mit einem Durchmesser von bis zu einem Meter. Diese imposante Größe erreicht der Echinokaktus / Kugelkaktus jedoch erst nach Jahrhunderte langem, langsamen Wachstum. Von den wenigen in Zimmerkultur gehaltenen Arten kann man nur bei dem Echinocactus horizonthalonius mit der Bildung von Blüten rechnen. Pflege und Kulturanleitung der Echinokaktus Licht / Standort Der Echinokaktus benötigt das ganze Jahr direkte Sonneneinstrahlung. Ohne das direkte Sonnenlicht bilden sich die langen, schön gefärbten Dornen nicht richtig aus. Gießen Der Kaktus wird während der Hauptwachstumszeit gleichmäßig gegossen. Der Topfballen sollte gründlich angefeuchtet werden, zwischen den jeweils einzelnen Wassergaben lässt man die Oberfläche der Erde jedoch antrocknen. In der Zeit der Ruheperiode muß man das Gießen stark einschränken. Man achte nur darauf, dass der Topfballen nicht vollkommen vertrocknet. Wird der Echinokaktus / Kugelkaktus während der Ruheperiode zu feucht gehalten, so tritt Fäulnis an den Wurzeln und an der Basis der Kakteen auf. Temperatur Die Kakteen benötigen zum guten Wachstum Temperaturen zwischen 19 und 24 °C. Während der winterlichen Ruheperiode sorgt man für Temperaturen um die 10 °C. Die für den Echinokaktus / Kugelkaktus erforderliche Mindesttemperatur beträgt 5 °C. Bei niedrigeren Temperaturen können braune Flecken an den Kakteen auftreten. Vermehren der Pflanze Echinokakteen können in der Zimmerkultur nur durch Samen vermehrt werden. Die Sämlinge sind nicht schwer heranzuziehen. Die Aussaat ist durchaus lohnend, da die jungen Kakteen recht schnell heranwachsen. Erde / Substrat Für die Kultur des Echinokaktus / Kugelkaktus verwendet man ein Substrat aus einem Drittel scharfem Sand und 2/3 Erde auf Torf- oder Kompostbasis. Sobald die Wurzeln der Kakteen das Pflanzgefäß ausfüllen, sollte man den Kaktus in ein größeres Pflanzgefäß umtopfen. Zur Kontrolle des Wurzelwachstums muß man den Echinokaktus / Kugelkaktus im Frühjahr aus seinem Topf herausnehmen. Falls ein Umtopfen noch nicht notwendig ist, schüttelt man das alte Substrat vorsichtig aus den Wurzeln und setzt dann den Kaktus mit frischem Substrat wieder in das alte, gut gereinigte Pflanzgefäß zurück. Düngen / Nährstoffbedarf Man düngt den Echinokaktus / Kugelkaktus alle zwei Wochen mit Flüssigdünger, vorausgesetzt man verwendet ein Substrat auf Torfbasis. Bei Verwendung eines Substrates auf der Basis von Komposterde genügt eine Düngung innerhalb von 4 Wochen. Pflanzenschädlinge & Pflegefehler Schmierläuse / Wollläuse Der Befall mit diesen üblen Pflanzenschädlingen wird öfter an Kakteen beobachtet. Das kleine, weiße, an Wattebäusche erinnernde Gespinst der Schmierläuse ist gut auf den Blättern der befallenen Pflanzen zu erkennen. Spinnmilben Trockene, warme Heizungsluft bietet im Winter ein ideales Klima für Spinnmilben. Die Spinnweben sind besonders gut an den Blattachseln und gebuchteten Blatträndern zu erkennen.
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Cactus and snow
-14 ° C and snowfall on 4 February 2012, Hungary
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Echinocactus Cuscino della suocera
Echinocactus Cuscino della suocera
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FEATHEREDFAN Channel Trailer for 2014
This is the preview trailer video for the FEATHEREDFAN channel, for the year 2014. This video is geared for the new viewers and those that haven't yet subscribed to my channel. UPDATE YEAR 2015 - I'm now using the YouTube video enhancement feature and I will leave this as the channel trailer video, until I upload the new one for this year. This video was filmed with a Sony Handycam HDR-CX230 and edited with Sony's "PlayMemories Home" software. This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, on one day, during the early spring PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL Thanks for watching! Please visit these channels and you may tell them that I sent you. Thanks! First is my number one viewer and super smart friend from down-under. The ZUDITAKA Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/zuditaka Here is the best YouTube channel in Europe. The HEARTFULLOFHAPPINESS Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/heartfullofhappiness This is my new friend from down-under. The KIDSWARONEVERYTHING Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/KidsWarOnEverything Finally, here is my close friend and a true genius. The AZ USMB Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/cactus00001 YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW: I will try to list some of the plant names here. XXXXX Plant Names XXXXX Agave (many types) Agave colorata (small, short bloom stalk) - Mescal ceniza Agave weberi (large, tall bloom stalk) (It may be a Hybrid.) - Maguey liso, Weber's Century Plant, Weber Agave Aloe dichotoma - Quiver Tree Astrophytum ornatum - Monk's Hood Cactus Carnegiea gigantea - Saguaro Cactus or Sage of the Desert Cephalocereus senilis - Old Man Cactus or Old Man of Mexico Cactus Cereus (many types) - Apple Cactus or Hedge Cactus Cliestocactus strausii - Silver Torch Cactus Cylindropuntia fulgida var. mammallata - Boxing Glove Cholla Cactus Echinocereus engelmannii - Engelmann's Hedgehog Cactus - Calico Cactus - Howe Hedgehog Cactus Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Barrel Cactus - Mother-In-Law's Seat Cushion Cactus Echinocactus texensis - Horse Crippler Cactus Euphorbia resinifera - Moraccan Mound Plant Ferocactus (many types) Ferocactus Hybrid - (skinny red petals) - It may be a cross between wislizeni and rectispinus. Fouquieria columnaris - Boojum Tree Plant Fouquieria splendens - Ocotillo Plant Grusonia invicta - Dagger Cholla Cactus Myrtillocactus (many types) Opuntia basilaris var. basilaris - Beaver Tail Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia gosseliniana - Violet Prickly Pear Cactus (Thumbnail Image) Opuntia santa-rita - Purple Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia Unknown - There may be several more, that I haven't spotted yet, in this video. Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Cactus Pachycereus pringlei - Cardon Cactus Pachycereus weberi - Candelabro Cactus Stetsonia coryne - Toothpick Cactus Trichocereus or Echinopsis (many types) Weeds of various types or ilks - Please tell me the name, if you know any of them. Yucca (many types) XXXXX END OF LIST XXXXX Here is a link to my previous channel trailer: (Slideshow) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rp8_2C3DM_0 FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan
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echinocactus texenis
cactacee-see in my channel for others succulents plants
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Texas Cactus
This is a video of a cactus filmed in Amarillo, Texas on September 09,2009.
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The Toothpick Cactus - Stetsonia coryne
This is a short video showing a few examples of young Stetsonia coryne cactus plants. The common name for this plant is Toothpick cactus. This species is the sole member of the genus. Thanks for watching! This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, during the late winter. Yes, the prop is a real wooden toothpick. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. -------------------------- LINKS ------------------------- Here is a link to the frost cloth video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sg44jTp6liI FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan --------------------------- TAGS --------------------------- Plant: Toothpick Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Stetsonia coryne]
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Succulents & Cactus in Muleshoe, Texas
Cactus Are Cool in Muleshoe, Texas, will be open Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 9am-1pm and have unique gifts perfect for dad for Father’s Day at the dead end of Joliet & Juniper behind the Muleshoe Country Club at 596 East Joliet or call Alice Liles anytime for an appointment or suggestions at 806-946-7569. See her great selection of succulents and cactus plants. She has for sale dish gardens, small starter pots, large specimen plants and some landscaping plants and Alice can always help with suggestions for your outdoor planting needs that fit perfectly with our West Texas climate. She carries agave, haworthia, string of pearls, sedum/donkey tail, crown of thorns, echeverias and many others! Alice also has some rusty pieces, rocks and granite that make perfect yard art for sale. For more information on cactus and succulent plants you can also check out her blog at www.aliceliles.com. That is Cactus Are Cool will be open this Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 9am-1pm with great gifts for dad for Father’s Day but you can call anytime to make an appoint Alice Liles at 806-946-7569 she is at 596 East Joliet just behind the Muleshoe Country Club in Muleshoe, Texas!
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13 Photothèque Cactacées AFACSX Vidéo 454 - 2015 Eriosyce à Eulychnia
Photos issues de notre photothèque Associative Nos vidéos n'ont que pour but de faire connaître les plantes Succulentes, leur vie, a la beauté parfois étrange, elles sont très souvent en situation de disparition dans leurs pays d'origine. Soutenez ou devenez membre cotisation de 15 € ou plus. Chèque AFACSX 9 rue de la briqueterie 81400 Carmaux France. Une revue annuelle vous sera envoyée.
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Echinopsis oxygona
Nombre científico: Echinopsis oxygona Sinónimos: Cereus oxygonus, Echinocactus multiplex, Echinocactus octogonus, Echinocactus oxygonus, Echinocactus sulcatus, Echinonyctanthus multiplex, Echinonyctanthus oxygonus, Echinopsis brasiliensis, Echinopsis multiplex, Echinopsis oxygona f. brevispina, Echinopsis paraguayensis, Echinopsis schwantesii. Origen: Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay y Paraguay. Habitat Natural: Chaco, Corrientes, Entre Rios, Formosa, Jujuy, Salta, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero - Argentina : Paraguay : Chuquisaca, Santa Cruz, Tarija - Bolivia. Uruguay Floración: Flores de color magenta, blanco, rojo, naranja o amarillo en colores brillantes a fines de la primavera. Luz / Temperatura: La temperatura más baja soportada por este cactus es en promedio: 0ºC. Desde sombra parcial hasta pleno sol. Riego: Poca agua cuando está ya bien establecida.