Some form of San Pedro?

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Hero878
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Some form of San Pedro?

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Hi I got this cutting from a nursery recently but forgot what it was as it came with no label. I believe it's some form of San Pedro but it's a clumping form type of cacti.

The green one in the photo below. The other one is a Stenocereus Eruca.

No worries if no one knows I'll get back in touch with the nursery

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Re: Some form of San Pedro?

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Hero878 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 7:04 pm Hi I got this cutting from a nursery recently but forgot what it was as it came with no label. I believe it's some form of San Pedro but it's a clumping form type of cacti.

The green one in the photo below. The other one is a Stenocereus Eruca.

No worries if no one knows I'll get back in touch with the nursery

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At this size it could be the bottom one looks like some form of Echinopsis / Trichocereus /Lobivia etc. There is no chance of an accurate id based on appearance alone. Mature growth and spines and, in particular, flowers will help.
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Hero878
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Re: Some form of San Pedro?

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esp_imaging wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 9:15 pm
Hero878 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 7:04 pm Hi I got this cutting from a nursery recently but forgot what it was as it came with no label. I believe it's some form of San Pedro but it's a clumping form type of cacti.

The green one in the photo below. The other one is a Stenocereus Eruca.

No worries if no one knows I'll get back in touch with the nursery

Image
At this size it could be the bottom one looks like some form of Echinopsis / Trichocereus /Lobivia etc. There is no chance of an accurate id based on appearance alone. Mature growth and spines and, in particular, flowers will help.
Thank you! Yes I believe it is some form of a Trichocereus. Will be interesting to see how it grows :)
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