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Length is approx. 12" Big fat and heavy and that's why they are called Big Macs!
Why Cuttings? Because it is the simplest way to propagate columnar cactus! Seeds take years to grow before reaching 1-2 feet in length. Cuttings take just a few weeks to a few months to begin rooting and becoming established growing cactus. What a head start! It is also cheaper to ship a cutting/s vs potted cactus. Time and money makes sense to me. Please read our Cactus cutting FAQ on how to grow your cactus cutting!
**Full spines on these cuttings.
And check out our other Trichocereus type cuttings. We also sell these guys potted, email for info!
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I purchased two of the Trichocereus macrogonus "Big Mac" cuts from Sacred Succulents and I could not be more satisfied with the quality!!! They arrived last week and are going in pots ASAP. I will be ordering more in the future, for sure!
I love this Big Mac cutting but in my opinion it didn't dry enough before getting put in the box. When I opened it the cut end had already started to mold.
I gave it a few days to see if it would be OK and it got worse. I had to cut over an inch off.
In my experience fresh cuts shouldn't be pressing against anything while they dry.
The pictures do not do the cutting justice. When I opened the box, I was shocked by just how massive this cactus was. Great addition to my collection, and one that easily stands out! Excellent communication, shipping, and overall service!
I expected these to be big based on the name, but I had no idea. These things are amazing amd absolutely huge. The colors on these are some of my favorite so far as well. I'm hoping to get some of the 4 winds Bridgesii on my next order, but there will be another order either way. Feast your eyes on the picture below. Seriously incredible specimens.
Very healthy. Absolutely huge! Only a couple small scabs, most spines intact. Some parts are a little soft but seem fine. I expect it to root very quickly and will buy other cacti from the succulent source for sure!