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Taylor Greenhouse of NY sells rooted cuttings in 2.5 inch pots for about the same as single cuttings from most internet sellers. The first two plants I ordered from there were nice enough that when one I really wanted came back in stock I ordered 5 more. The current list with descriptions from the internet... for what they're worth.
Agatha Has a Large bloom with light rose-pink and a red throat, rounded petals, bell form, flat sturdy growth can be adapted to basket growth but upright at first when young, good bloomer. Reg.#5591
Bold Venture Has an extra large bloom bright orange, wide purple edge. Opens wide. Full cup form. Hybridized by FOB. Reg.#05644
Pegasus Has a Extra Large bloom with purple and a red-orange mid-stripe, outer petals edged with bronzy violet. Medium to wide flat basket growth, somewhat upright growth on first year stems. Fast grower depending on conditions. Great bloomer! Reg.#5719
Vista Sun Has very large yellow flowers on an easy to grow plant. It is best grown dry and cool in the winter. This is a beautiful plant and our most popular yellow.
Selenicereus anthonyanus (also known as Cryptocereus anthonyanus) is native to southern Mexico. It is grown as an ornamental because of its nocturnal flowers and unusual, leaf-like stems. Common names include fishbone cactus, rick rack cactus, zig-zag cactus and St. Anthony's rik-rak, and is sometimes referred to as an orchid cactus. There are a few variants of this species so some blooms can be slightly different one variant to another.