San Pedro Cactus | Echinopsis pachanoi | Trichocereus pachanoi
An absolutely essential part of any cactus collectors garden or landscape! This robust plant is fast growing, easy to maintain, propagate and grow in your home potted, or in the ground. This variety of trichocereus cactus has very small spines a frost tolerance to the high 20's a high tendency to offset and form branches. It is very easy to propograte and makes an excellent grafting stock for many varities of cactus due to its strong root system and resistance to pests, mold and disease. Mature plants can grow into stands over 10-20 feet tall with a diameter of 5-6 feet wide or more when in the right conditions.
Sold per piece, Bare Root without any soil or pot. Small scarring is normal and expected but will not affect plant. Discoloration on the bottom of the cactus is normal from being planted in soil.
This cactus is considered the PC (Predominant Cultivar) variety of San Pedro Cactus in the United States. This means it’s the most common type of San Pedro Cactus cultivated for ornamental use. It is sometimes referred to as Pachanot or a San Pedro Hybrid Trichocereus riomizquensis. Regardless, it is widely accepted as San Pedro Cactus and is an excellent cultivar for every garden, landscape and collection. There will be absolutely no refunds or cancellations allowed once your order has shipped.
Sizes are approximate:
- Extra Small - 4-8 inches
- Small - 8-12 inches
- Medium - 12-18 inches
- Large - 18-24 inches
- Large Branching - 18-24 inches
Cactus will generally be thicker as they get bigger in size.
All of our cactus are indiviually inspected before shipment for health, pests, and cosmetic defects. Small blemishes and scratches are totally normal and should be expected on cactus. We do our best to limit these in our care and handling of the plants but due to the nature of the plant and their sharp spines your cactus may have some superficial scars. Rooted plants will show a discoloration and may be slightly softer under the soil line where they have been planted before shipping. This is totally normal and should be used as a reference of how deep to plant the cactus.