Echinocereus scheeri is well-known and easy to grow, but by some reason an unpopular cactus. This species was discovered in 1840-s by Potts brothers who were sending plants to Kew gardens on regular basis.
This is a variable species, forming low-growing spiny clumps.
The flower in picture is in the process of opening up, to become filly-open in several hours.
- ► 2014 (72)
- ► 2013 (59)
- Lobivia einsteinii v gonjianii
- Mammillaria saboae ssp.roczekii
- Echinocereus scheeri
- Echinocereus bristolii
- Mammillaria albiflora
- Mammillaria magnifica
- Mammillaria hutchisoniana
- Echinocereus viereckii ssp. morricalii
- Coryphantha echinus
- Rebutia fiebrigii
- Escovaria arizonica
- Tunilla erectoclada 'pikardoi'
- Echinocereus dasyacanthus
- Gymnocalycium horridispinum
- Notocaus rutilans
- ▼ May (15)