Echinopsis Oxygona (Easter Lily Cactus)
Echinopsis oxygona, better known as the Easter lily cactus, is a species of flowering plant in the cactus family Cactaceae. It is native to South Brazil, Uruguay and northern Argentina. An attractive and easy to grow flowering cactus, the Easter Lily Cactus is a robust species ideally suited to pots and rock gardens. It grows well in most soils, especially those containing mature compost and with some moisture retention.
A fast-growing plant, it will flower readily in most climates (depending on season length), producing a large, spherical shape topped with many robust spines and a large flower, with sharply pointed lavender or white petals and a fine faint scent. It can be grown indoors as a cactus under fluorescent light, requiring about 12-14 hours of light per day.
These are 1-year-old plants and 6 cm in height at the time of delivery.