👑 T.Maranonensis — First Timer 🥇
I finally have enough Trichocereus Maranonensis to make my first offering. This is some sophisticated, rare, fancy-pants collector shee-ite rightch-eer. Here’s the field notes (that’s how you know it’s super duper sophisticated): ——> T. maranonensis field data: Formerly T. species BBG # 64.0762 fat, to 5 inches plus thick, nearly spineless, 6-7 ribs. Peru; Sanchez Carrion Provence. Huamachuco district, canyon Rio Maranon N. of Chagual, 5 KM below Aricapampa, La Libertad dept., shaded sides of Quebrada near a stream, 2740 m. It does have a couple of spines on older growth, P.C.Hutchison, J.K.Wright, R.M.Straw #6212 UCBG 7th S.A. expedition 1963-64 .end/ …… By the way, I’m actually not sure if Maronensis falls under Pachanoi or Peruvianus, which is not very sophisticated of me. Flawless and chubby 7” pup to be cut upon purchase. (Last pic is a bit larger specimen I have)
The “ 👑 “ means Kingstock, extra primo.. if a Kingstock listing doesn’t sell (due to higher price) it will do 2 good things - 1) it keeps the shop populated with content when other inventory runs out, and 2) it keeps on growing in my garden 💪.
Instruction for Cut-To-Order cuttings —> lay this on its side indoors in a dry place for a minimum of 1 month while the sulphur coated callous fully hardens (do this before ever placing upright in soil).
The cactus you see here is the same cactus you get. I only sell healthy cactus, but there’s always a chance of minor blemishes, marks, black stress blisters, scars and imperfections. All plants are hard grown rough-n-tumble without
The Cactus Jones ships from a temperate climate zone (no freezing), but please be aware of the temps on your end — will not refund for temperature related damage, whether frozen or cooked.