Echinopsis eryiesii, Species, Six Small Plants (*)
Specimen Size: Six small Echinopsis eryiesii, the largest being 2 1/4" in diameter.
Echinopsis species Echinopsis eyriesii Also commonly named 'Pink Easter Lily Cactus'. Synonym(s): Echinocactus eyriesii, Cereus eyriesii, Cereus turbinatus, Echinopsis turbinata, Echinopsis pudantii, Echinopsis oxygona.
Native to South America but found in many collections worldwide, probably the most common Echinopsis species encountered. Growth is globular to semi-columar averaging 12" tall in hieght and 6" in diameter. The blooms are mostly white with lavender to pink tips and back petals, flower form is a semi-funnel. Pups very easy and can obtain a large cluster or clump of plants in a few seasons. Blooms open at night and can stay open during the day if cool weather.
Native to these regions in South America: Corrientes, Misiones (Provincia) - Argentina : Parana, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina - Brazil (South America)