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some of my collection

Posted by squishyplant 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 7, 13 at 23:32

Matthew


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What a beautiful and interesting collection, but for me the eyes have it.


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  • Posted by bob61 8a Shrev. La. (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 8, 13 at 6:46

Great plants but we need names so we know what to ask for when ordering. I'v got to have some of those. Beautiful plants and great pics. Really like pic. 6,7 and 10.

Bob


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WOW!! Astounding!

What's the plant that looks like pink flowers growing in snow?

Lee


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Thanks all!
Bob- # 6 is a Sulcorebutia rauschii
#7 is Pyrrhocactus bulbocalyx
#10 is a Sulcorebutia arenacea

Lee- That ones a Melocactus zehntneri

They eyes are Pilot (my furry son) and a frog that let me get real cozy with him...

Matthew


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I'm jealous of your collection o.o


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Very nice pix of very nice plants (and animals).

Thanks for taking the time to post.

tj


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nice! What is the last cacti picture?????


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Thanks Matthew For the names. Beautiful plants. Is # 11 a mammillaria of some sort? I like the mix of spines.

Bob


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They are all beautiful. Love the 1st pic: Tiger Aloe with haworthias as the background and plant no.2 :)


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Wiley, the cactus in the last pic is a Gymnocalycium bayrianum

bob, yes, thats a Mammilaria perez de la rosae (golden spined form)

Matthew


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Can you tell me the name of the plant in picture 13 please? Bizarre looking thing!


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So many beauties,TFS.
Kathi


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Joe- Thats a Haworthia cooper v. truncata. One of my favorites. They seem to be growing really well for me too. Most have 3 or 4 pups growing!


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Wonderful collection!


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Can you tell me the name of that odd sphaeroid in pic 22? Is it a night-bloomer?

Great shots, Matthew. Your plants are looking great! It's good to see you around again.

Seriously though, what is that cactus pictured after the H. cooperi? That thing is just my style; reminds me of a goblin or troll, or a big wart that just happens to be blooming.


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Thanks, good to be back.
That little guy is a Copiapoa hypogea cv. 'Lizard skin'


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Thanks, good to be back,
That little guy is a Copiapoa hypogea cv. 'Lizard skin'


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