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Echinocereus barthelowanus
Scientific Name: Echinocereus barthelowanus Britton & Rose en
Family: Cactaceae
Echinocereus  barthelowanus Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 9b-11

Minimum Avg. Temperature: 50F (10C)

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Origin: Mexico (southern Baja California, Magdalena Island)

Growth Habits: Forming large clumps, each stem 4 to 12 inches tall (10-30 cm), 1.6 to 2 inches in diameter (4-5 cm); 8 to 10 ribs obscured by the spines; areoles 0.1 to 0.2 inch apart (2-5 mm); 5 to 9 central spines, up to 2.8 inches long (7 cm); up to 18 radials, 0.4 to 0.8 inch long, 1-2 cm

Watering Needs: Little water, needs porous well drained soil.

Propagation: Offsets

Echinocereus  barthelowanus

Blooming Habits:
Echinocereus barthelowanus has 2 inches long, lavender flowers

Fruiting Habits:

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