This taxonomic nightmare started its existence as a Helianthocereus, then to Trichocereus, then lumped into T. huasha, now Echinopsis huasha according to some. We're not returning to Helianthocereus, a long discarded Backeberg genus, but we will keep it in Trichocereus. This short-stemmed species is from northern Argentine, and it has a yellow-green body and numerous yellow-white spines. The flowers are showy and could be a number of colors, typically orange to red. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.