I am super stoked to offer my new batch of Matucana peruvianus seeds to you. Freshly harvested by myself and mother plants were originally from Matucana region in Peru, these gorgeous peruvianas can go very glaucus blue (if grown in an indirect light) with varied traits across seedlings.
The most interesting thing, in my opinion, is the range of genetic traits that come out of these seeds. Spine formation can be long, short and random with colours ranging from deep green to glaucus blue / grey.
Now, you might be asking, “What is the difference between these seeds and Icaros DNA seeds?”. Strictly speaking, nothing. The mother plants were from the same location and will produce the same kind of results as DNA seeds as they are the same genetics. The major difference is that these seeds were harvested by myself and as Icaros DNA refers mainly to the harvester, these cannot be referred to as Icaros DNA seeds :-). Outside of that small point, that are the same genetics.
- Echinopsis peruviana
- Peruvian Torch cactus
- San Pedro Macho
- Trichocereus pachanoi f. peruvianus
- Trichocereus tacnaensis