Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz
Echinopsis Rose Quartz

The Echinopsis rose quartz, formerly known as Chamaelobivia rose quartz, is a very popular hybrid that develops really amazing flowers of different colors on the original "peanut" body, and many of these hybrids have cultivar names. This Echinopsis rose quartz soon forms spectacular clumps with 20–30 (or more) flowers at a time and is quite a sight.

Most of these hybrids can grow outside all year and can take a lot of sun. Hardy from -4° to -12° C, depending on clone.

Cultivation and propagation: The Chamaelobiva hybrids Echinopsis rose quartz are very easy to grow, and are the ideal plants for beginners. The parents of all Chamaelobiva come from mountainous areas, so they like bright light, cool and dry conditions in the winter. They flower freely indoors if conditions suit them.

Growth rate: Echinopsis rose quartz is a relatively fast growing and easily flowering species that will make large clumps given the best conditions.

Light: Echinopsis rose quartz requires full sun or light shade and careful watering to keep plant compact, and maintain strong and dense spines and allow the pot to dry out between waterings.

Watering: Keep dry in winter at a minimum temperature of 0°C. The Echinopsis rose quartz can be placed outdoors in April, but protected from rain and direct sunlight. Water them thoroughly when placed out, and again in two weeks, and again in one week. After one month the Echinopsis rose quartz are ready to be placed out in full sun and full rain for the summer. During dry spells the collection is watered once a week, during hot dry spells, twice a week.

Hardiness: Echinopsis rose quartz is reputedly resistant to frost if kept on the dry side prior to, and during, cold weather and requires a winter rest period (hardy to -7° C, or less for short periods).

 

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Spring summer
Botanical Name Chamaelobivia
Common Name Peanut cactus
Dormancy Winter
Family Cactaceae
Flower Color Red
Growth Habit Trailing, hanging
Growth Rate Fast growth
Hardiness Zone 10a to 11
Mature Size Under 6 in
Native Area Garden origin (nursery produced cultivar)
Resistance  5° c for short periods
Sun Exposure Partial to light shade

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Echinopsis Rose Quartz

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Please note: Our large plants are shipped bare root. They are also many years old, and as a result, they might have minor scaring but will arrive healthy and looking great.

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The Echinopsis rose quartz, formerly known as Chamaelobivia rose quartz, is a very popular hybrid that develops really amazing flowers of different colors on the original "peanut" body, and many of these hybrids have cultivar names. This Echinopsis rose quartz soon forms spectacular clumps with 20–30 (or more) flowers at a time and is quite a sight.

Most of these hybrids can grow outside all year and can take a lot of sun. Hardy from -4° to -12° C, depending on clone.

Cultivation and propagation: The Chamaelobiva hybrids Echinopsis rose quartz are very easy to grow, and are the ideal plants for beginners. The parents of all Chamaelobiva come from mountainous areas, so they like bright light, cool and dry conditions in the winter. They flower freely indoors if conditions suit them.

Growth rate: Echinopsis rose quartz is a relatively fast growing and easily flowering species that will make large clumps given the best conditions.

Light: Echinopsis rose quartz requires full sun or light shade and careful watering to keep plant compact, and maintain strong and dense spines and allow the pot to dry out between waterings.

Watering: Keep dry in winter at a minimum temperature of 0°C. The Echinopsis rose quartz can be placed outdoors in April, but protected from rain and direct sunlight. Water them thoroughly when placed out, and again in two weeks, and again in one week. After one month the Echinopsis rose quartz are ready to be placed out in full sun and full rain for the summer. During dry spells the collection is watered once a week, during hot dry spells, twice a week.

Hardiness: Echinopsis rose quartz is reputedly resistant to frost if kept on the dry side prior to, and during, cold weather and requires a winter rest period (hardy to -7° C, or less for short periods).

 

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Spring summer
Botanical Name Chamaelobivia
Common Name Peanut cactus
Dormancy Winter
Family Cactaceae
Flower Color Red
Growth Habit Trailing, hanging
Growth Rate Fast growth
Hardiness Zone 10a to 11
Mature Size Under 6 in
Native Area Garden origin (nursery produced cultivar)
Resistance  5° c for short periods
Sun Exposure Partial to light shade

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