Trichocereus / Echinopsis pachanoi – San Pedro 40cm Rooted


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  • Trichocereus pachanoi rooted cutting for sale.
  • 40cm and chunky
  • Fully Rooted

Please note, these are sent bare root to protect the plants while in transit. Please ensure that you have suitable substrate and pot ready for your new plant.

If you have any questions around substrate or anything, please use the contact form and I will be happy to help with any questions.

Origin and Habitat

Mountains of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, and northern Argentina. It is sub-spontaneous in several South American and in some tropical countries in other continents.
Altitude: It grows between 2000 and 3300 meters above sea level.


Trichocereus (Echinopsis) pachanoi has a wide distribution and stable population. It grows naturally in the high-altitude dry shrublands and high-rainfall areas of the Andes. It can withstand temperatures far below that of many other cacti.

UK Growing

In the UK, Pachanois are quite popular due to their hardiness and can handle our low temp during winter (around 5C before bringing them inside, although, adults can go lower). Flowers produce after around 10 years of growth, so, patience is required.

All our cacti are shipped bare root to protect the cacti, please ensure you have suitable substrate and a pot for your new dude.


  • Echinopsis pachanoi
  • San Pedro Cactus
  • Wachuma

Some Additional Info

Trichocereus (except for bridgesii / Bolivian Torch) are very hardy and weather tolerant. Trichocereus pachanoi can handle temps as low as -9c for very short periods.

Native to South America, the earliest evidence of San Pedro was found in Peru, specifically, the Guitarrero cave of the Callejón de Huaylas valley. They are natively found in the Andes Mountains at altitude levels around 2000m – 3000m. San Pedro (the class of Trichocereus) is also found in regions like Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela.

Trichocereus pachanoi are night bloomers with these gorgeous flowers doing their thing at night, you have to be quick or you will miss the event :-). A flower event is a special event as it can take anywhere from 5 years to 8 years for an adult plant to produce a flower. When they do, you do your happy dance, thank the cactus Gods, snap a million pics, harvest the pollen, and wait for the next event.

Growing Tips

Please see the tab called "Steps for Rooting" for rooting instructions where relevant. I have also created a few blog posts with some helpful guides that work for me personally:

Care sheets and instructions are also sent via email after purchasing to make your journey as easy and fluid as possible. As always, if you have any questions, please use our Contact form or FB Messenger (bottom right) to get in touch.

Weight 0.5 kg


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