Echinopsis oxygona is a species of cacti of the genus Echinopsis. “Easter Lily Cactus” is known for having gorgeous, night-blooming, pink flowers at the ends of long tubes often as large or larger than the whole plant, it is very popular.
Echinopsis oxygona is native to South Brazil, Uruguay and northern Argentina. Its features include: many robust spines, spherical shape, and a large flower, with sharply pointed lavender or white petals, and a fine faint scent. It is known for having huge, showy flowers at the ends of long tubes which are connected to the cactus. The flower has a sweet smell. The flower opens in the evening and wilts the next afternoon on hot days. he Easter Lily cactus Echinopsis oxygona is one of the more common cacti, extremely resistant to cultivation errors and easily reproduced by offshoots. The only thing that can kill this plant is cold.