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Sacramento C&S Show

Posted by caudex1 (My Page) on
Mon, May 7, 12 at 10:54

Aloe pearsonii
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Ariocarpus retusus
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Euphorbia millotti
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Operculicarya decaryi
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Manefreoa maculosa
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Mammillaria mystax
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Tephrocactus geometricus
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Ortegacactus macdougalii
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Thelocactus phymatothelas
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Anomaluma dodsoniana
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Euphorbia horrida
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Mammillaria nejapensis
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Mammillaria hahniana
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Gymnocalycium triacanthum
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Penoicereus greggii
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Leuchtenbergia principis
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Sulcorebutia arenacea
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Haworthia emelyae
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Crassula mesembryanthemopsis
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Euphorbia suzannae-marinierae
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Euphorbia ambovombensis crest
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Succulent Dish Garden
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Frailea asterioides
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Peperomia lilliputiana
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Cyphostemma currori, cirrhosum, juttae, seitzianum, uter v.macropus and adenocaule
Best Succulent Collection-Cyphpostemma


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Thanks for sharing, Keith. Some very beautiful plants and noting the pots, might several of them by yours?????


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Peniocereus, Cypho collection, Peperomia and Euph suzannae-marinierae are mine


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Omg those are so beautiful! The ariocarpus is my favorite ... im gonna steal it


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Some of those cacti presentations are really great. Yours too! Inspirational post as ever.


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If I had to choose one, it would be the A. pearsonii, with the Annolumma and Tephro following right behind, Keith. TFS those magnificent plants and staging.


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That is why the pearsonii won Best of Show, judges thought the same as you Jeff.

Agave titanota crest
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Ariocarpus kotschoubeyanus crest (for sale, $3500!)
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Echeveria agavoides
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Echeveria agavoides "ebony"
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What amazing plants! Your photography is terrific and I was thankful for how they posted the name cards so that we know what the names are. It would be hard to describe these plants to someone who hadn't seen one. I enjoyed the photo of Mammillaria hahniana. It made me think of a hat that some gal would wear to the Kentucky Derby.


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Thanks for posting, Keith!
I couldn't make it down to the Show this weekend, so it's nice to see these beauties.
That Tephro has been awesome every time I've seen it in person....glad it still commands
a place of honor. Maybe I'll be able to say "hello" next year ;-)


Josh


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Wow! Thanks for sharing pictures. Your plants as well as many of the other ones are stunning.


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Thanks for posting those pics! Agree with Penny on how you photographed them, well done all around... Like my friend points out at these shows, 'how do they grow such flawless plants'... and it's true, nearly never a scar or anything like that ;-0

If I could pick 5 to borrow......forever ;-)


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That Aloe certainly wins my heart. Gosh, gorgeous plants, and thank you for the photo documentation!


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Keith
Peperomia lilliputiana is great, and so is E.suzannae-marinierae.

Are there more of your pots (maybe what Euphorbia ambovombensis crest or Mammillaria mystax are potted in)?

Rina


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Rina,
The ambovombensis is in one of my pots, she won at a raffle last year. The mystax pot is made by Mark Muradian


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Those are all Gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing them with those of us that couldn't make it to the show,for whatever reasons.TFS
Kathi


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