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Can someone help me identify these little cacti?

Posted by stonedhearted none (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 31, 12 at 18:37

What are they called? Also how big are they going to get? That is the only pot i had at the moment. Eventually i will get them each their own.


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RE: Can someone help me identify these little cacti?

Let me start of with, i hate those fake straw flower ... you can leave it on if you want, but i would take it off

I have no idea what the one in the back is. The one with the red "flower" looks like some kind of cereus (very broad, i know) and the one in the front with the pink looks like parodia scopa. Most cacti get very large .

Also your soil looks like it could use ALOT more drainage. Add like 50% more inorganic materials such as perlite or pumice.


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RE: Can someone help me identify these little cacti?

Yea omg i was thinking they looked like they just stuck them on with a glue gun or something! So those arent real flowers? I;ve seen them open up and close according to the weather.


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And yes it rained a lot today.


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They are just straw shaped into flowers glued onto the cactus ... i really dont know why they move (maybe a ghost)


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Humidity makes them open and close. The one on the left looks Echinocereus-y to me.


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RE: Can someone help me identify these little cacti?

thank you guys.


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