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Echinopsis ‘June Noon’

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Cultivar‘June Noon’

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This cultivar is not found in the wild.

Identification: This hybrid produces large, showy, cream-and-yellow colored flowers 2-3" (5-7.6 cm) across. Stems are cylindrical, erect or sometimes lying down, with about 16 ribs. Needles occur in groups of about 8, ⅜-1" (1-3 cm) long. (If this sounds pretty vague, it is because I can’t find a more formal description.)

This flower of Trichopsis hybrid cv. ‘June Noon’, a cross between Trichocereus and Echinopsis, may be the same hybrid.

Online References:

Echinopsis ‘June Noon’ on Tucson-Gardener.com

Echinopsis ‘June Noon’ on Flickr

Echinopsis on Tucson-Gardener.com (many varieties)

Echinopsis ‘June Noon’ on Cactus Art: the World of Cacti & Succulents


Echinopsis ‘June Noon’ description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 25 May 2020.

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Echinopsis ‘June

5/25/2009 · Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Superior, Ari­zona
≈ 29 × 19" (72 × 48 cm)

Range: Zones 9a-11:

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