Echinopsis ‘Cheetah’

Flower sweetly fragrant, to 4½ inches (11.5 cm) across. Petals oblanceolate, in two whorls. Inner petals weakly involute, orange with a lighter midrib. Outer petals similar in color to inners, but with yellow midstripe. Throat-circle light orangish-yellow. Inner stamens prominently exserted; outer stamens longer, forming a wide diffuse circle; filaments dark orange to brick red; anthers large and puffy. Stigma white. Flowers sweetly scented. Stem to 3½ inches (9 cm) in diameter; central spines to about 1⅛ inches (29 mm) long. ISI 2000-6; HBG 85150, Schick 1319-12.

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