Echinopsis saltensis subsp. saltensis
Synonym: Lobivia saltensis, Echinopsis saltensis
Common Name: No common name
Origin: Echinopsis saltensis subsp. saltensis originates from the clay shrublands of Argentina, 1,200 to 1,400 meters above sea level. It is commonly found in the Salta and Tucuman provinces.
Description: This cactus is small and clustering, developing an egg-shaped, globose form. The length of spines differ by age and sun exposure, but all central spines are whisker-like, with red radial spines. In spring or erratically in summer, showy dark orange to crimson flowers with green stigmas will form.
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