Eulychnia Acida Cactaceae * Copao * Endangered Species * 10 Fresh Seeds * RARE
Eulychnia acida, also known as Copao, is an endemic species belonging to the family of Cactaceae. It is a large tree-like cactus native to Chile. Eulychnia acida is an endangered species protected by CITES (Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species). The Copao is 1.5 to 6 m tall. It has long, flexible and docile spines. Its flowers are medium-sized and remain open day and night. The short petals are pink and white. The Copao can live up to 100 years. The cactus produces a green fruit that is about the size of a grapefruit. You cut the fruit open and eat the insides. The fruit is very juicy and acidic in taste.
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