Echinopsis calochlora
Echinopsis calochlora is a rather small cactus which grows about 10 cm in diameter.  However, it projects a long flower stem which is nearly two times longer than its diameter and the large white flowers bloom at the tip of the stem.  It is a flower that blooms at night and closes in the morning, but it blooms for 2 days.
It grows many child stocks and propagates well.
Classification: Cactaceae Echinocactus
Scientific name: Echinopsis calochlora
Japanese name: Kinseimaru
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Native locality: Brazil
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Planting place: Plant of South and Central America Greenhouse
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