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HAVE: I have the following to trade.

Posted by blackadder zone 6 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 18, 07 at 17:06

Acanthocereus occidentalis 12 inches tall

Bergerocactus emoryi 10 inches tall

Chamaelobivia hybrid: Rose Quartz (Peanut Cactus)two nice sized pups

Haageocereus pseudomelanostele 5 inches tall

Mammillaria:
elongata 'Copper King' a big clump!
elongata Synonym: Mammillaria suberosa var. intertexta
(Golden Stars, Lady Fingers)a big clump!

Echinopsis multiplex two nice sized plants!

Echinopsis pachanoi aka: Trichocereus pachanoi two plants one over 12 inches tall & one 6 inches tall

Echinopsis peruviana aka: Trichocereus peruvianus 1 12 inch tall plant

I'm looking for (pads) rooted or not of any of the follwing Opunita.
Sorry, I'm only trading for Opunita:)

Opuntia aurea, Pink flowering form with yellow center
Opuntia basilaris var. aurea, yellow flowers
Opuntia basilaris var. brachyclada
Opuntia basilaris var. brachyclada, pale-purple/pinkish flowers
Opuntia basilaris var. romosa
Opuntia cymochila, peach flowers
Opuntia littoralis var. martiniana
Opuntia macrorhiza, yellow flowers
Opuntia macrorhiza var pottsii, red flowers.
Opunita oklahomensis
Opuntia phaeacantha var. camanchica, magenta flowers
Opuntia phaeacantha var. major
Opuntia polyacantha var. erinacea, pale-red/pinkish flowers
Opuntia polyacantha var. hystricina, rose red flowers 'Roseiflora'
Opuntia polyacantha var. nicholii, yellow to orange flowers
Opuntia polyacantha var. utahensis

I'm also interested in the following
as well listed at this Web Site,
www.bennyskaktus.dk/Picpage1_0.htm
#262A Opuntia aurea Washington Co., Utah
Pink flowering form with yellow center.
# 977 Opuntia aurea forma. nicholii
Northern Arizona. I got it from Plantasia Idaho, #ON01
The spines up are to 9 cm long!
#674 Opuntia humifusa, South Dakota Very hardy
#229A Opuntia macrorhiza, Black Mesa, Cimarron Co., Oklahoma
Grown in a protected bed.
#30 Opuntia phaeacantha 'Rubra' ?
Hardy in a protected bed.
#5 Opuntia phaeacantha var. camanchica f. albispina ?
Received as Opuntia polyacantha var. albispina
Very good bloomer if covered in winter, but will survive without protection
#126B (right) #126C (left) Opuntia polyacantha var. erinacea.
From western Utah. The seeds where collected from a "ursina" form!
Hardy to -21C if protected against winter moisture.
#126C (left) Opuntia polyacantha var. erinacea.
From western Utah. The seeds where collected from a "ursina" form!
Hardy to -21C if protected against winter moisture.
#294A Opuntia polyacantha var. hystricina 'Roseiflora'
Bernalillo Co., New Mexico, HK1409, sown 1992, grown in a pot in a protected frame. Photo from June 24th. 2000. Photo Benny Moeller Jensen 1999-2001
#294C Opuntia polyacantha var. hystricina 'Roseiflora'
Bernalillo Co., New Mexico, HK1409, sown 1992, grown in a protected bed.
Photo from July 20th. 2000. Photo Benny Moeller Jensen 1999-2001
#981 Opuntia polyacantha var. juniperina
LNO OPJ0, Planted 1997. Photo af Benny Moeller Jensen 1997
Hardy to -21C if protected against winter moisture.
#231A Opuntia polyacantha
Graham Co., Kansas, sown 1991 seeds from Christa's Cactus Arizona, #CH 1681
very good bloomer.
#11 Opuntia polyacantha ' Carmin ' South Dakota, Very hardy form.
Probably collected by Claude A. Barr!
#304A Opuntia polyacantha El Paso Co., Colorado.
This form has a very fantastic color.
#303A Opuntia polyacantha Wallace Co., Kansas Grown in a unprotected bed,
Sown 1992 seeds from Christa's Cactus #1529, This one has white stamens
#225A Opuntia polyacantha var. utahensis * South Central Utah
Hardy to -21C if protected against winter moisture. Huge pink-magenta flowers.
Note that flower on the lower picture to the right is a flowering pad there is no fruit! * This plant may be what Boissevain named "Opuntia rhodantha var. spinosior". In South central Utah there are many forms of the Opuntia polyacantha complex, that are making intermediate plants, my #225A could be such an plant.
#22 Opuntia polyacantha var. rhodantha forma. shumaniana.
This plant was originally collected by C. A. Purbus in the late 1890's
#520 Opuntia polyacantha var. rhodantha forma. xanthostemma rubra.
This plant was originally collected by C. A. Purbus in the late 1890's
#674 Opuntia humifusa, South Dakota Very hardy
# 579C Opuntia sp. probably O. tortispina or cymochila?
From Utah, sown 1993, seeds from Christa's Cactus #2076
it has a nice red flower with red stamens.
Must be grown in a protected bed.

Or any other winter hardy Opunita.

Thanks, Blackadder:)


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RE: HAVE: I have the following to trade.

hey black, i sent you an email :)
cactuscrazy


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RE: HAVE: I have the following to trade.

Hi, Lorenzo
First you'll have to owe up to your trade for the Trichocereus spachianus/Echinopsis spachiana.

Then I'll think about it!


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RE: HAVE: I have the following to trade.

Hi, All
My cactus are still up for trades.


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RE: HAVE: I have the following to trade.

I would like some cactuses, but I dont know which I want though. I dont know anything about them so I dont know what they mean. Now, I have african violets and begonias and lots of other seeds, so just tell me what you want.


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RE: HAVE: I have the following to trade.

Hello. I have SEVERAL (30+) Purple Prickley Pear Plants. From 2'' Starters to 2'+ full size ones. They are VERY winter hardy. (I live in Wisconsin). I am looking for any type I can put in a hanging basket. Or that grows/spreads in a unique way.
Mike


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RE: HAVE: I have the following to trade.

Hello, is it too late to trade with you black? please e-mail me at jolly_rancherscream@hotmail.com


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