Trichocereus brevispinulosus Species Plant
Cactus species Trichocereus Brevispinulosus Is a columnar cacti that grows up to 6'+ feet tall and has an average stem diameter of 4" inches. The blooms are white with light yellow to maroon colored back petals. Stem growth is dark green with 14-16 ribs and short spination. Rare in most collections, not often seen.
This specimen size: 8" tall x 3" in diameter.
Native to: South America
Common names; Indian Cob Cactus, Indian Comb Cactus.
Synonym(s): Echinopsis brevispinulosus, Trichocereus harrissima.
Care; Drought tolerant Trichocereus Brevispinulosus once established needs little water. You can water regularly in summer when in full active growth but little water needed in winter. Hardy to 20蚌 most locations. Grown in containers it likes rich well draining soil mix. Ground planted likes to be on a slight mound to keep water away from base in winter rains. Easy to grow!