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From 9" to 4 feet in 2 years.
(above) You can't get this kind of growth by using flower pots. This one is in a 10 gallon nursery pot to allow development of a large root system.

Hot Central California Valley weather, plenty of well water, organic fertilizers, and worm compost are the keys to this kind of success. During the summer I have to water daily.

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(above) These cuttings from a smaller specimen were sold on ebay March 2007.
 
(above) This Peruvian Torch looks like San Pedro when small. The spines are very similar to San Pedro. Only in bright light do they grow to become more like a Peruvianus in length.

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