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Posted by caudex1 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 1, 10 at 12:32

Alluaudia ascendens
Alluaudia ascendens

Euphorbia stellatta, all arms removed in March, new growth emerging
Euphorbia stellata

Fockea edulis, hiding under all the vines is a 14" caudex
Fockea edulis

Euphorbia itremensis
Euphorbia etrimensis

Euphorbia obesa x bupleurifolia
Euphorbia obesa x bupleurifolia

Euphorbia obesa
Euphorbia obsea

Agave "minime"
Agave

Petopentia natalensis
Petopentia natalensis

Euphorbia decidua
Euphorbia decidua

Euphorbia inermis
Euphorbia inermis

Coccinia trilobata
Coccinia trilobata

Adenia pechuellii
Adenia pechuelii

Bursera simplifolia
Bursera simplifolia

Pachypodium lamerei, made a pot for this yesterday
Pachypodium lamerei

Euphorbia obesa crest
Euphorbia obesa crest


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Just awesome, C. The best ones are, of course, the ones in your pots. I especially like the agave...looks like some kind of dwarfed pineapple or something.

T


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@Bursera simplifolia

:O Theres a branch connecting two branchs!!


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Love your plants - and the plant/pot combos are always so beautiful and enhance the plant characteristics so well!

Just one (minor) complaint....no Fouquierias??? ; ))


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The bursera is especially nice, I'm going to prune a couple inches off the roots so I can get into a shallower pot. The Agave was in a 6in pot, had to remove about 80% of the old roots to get into that 3in container.

I'll have to get out there tomorrow and get few Fouquieria shots


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simplifolia in my pot
simplifolia repot

Jatropha species in a 1.25" deep pot
Jatropha species


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Euphorbia supressa, 5" pot out of the kiln yesterday
Euphobia suppressa


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I'm really enjoying this show. I think I like your pots even more than your plants, the last three completely over the top. The Jatropha pot/tray with its fine detailed cracked finish is my favorite. Your rock placement is very natural. Penjing?

Fantastic.

Brad


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Great stuff.

Could you send me the pot that the Jatropha is in, please? Oh, and if you forget to remove the plant, no problem...thanks.

T


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Appreciate it Brad!
Need to revisit that cracked finish, haven't done in some time. I wasn't thinking Penjing at the time of staging but now that you mention it...it is in that style of bonsai.


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Wonderful stuff, Keith!
I agree, your pots are the best...and even better in person.
I hope to own one of your pieces, someday....

Josh


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Thanks Josh & T.
I try not to make the pot out shine the plant but it seems to have the opposite effect ;o)

Fouquieria fasciculata
Fouquieria fasciculata


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Whew....OK...I've finally got my Fouquieria Fix sated! = )

Your fasciculata is simply spectacular! I wish mine could develop more...I just can't seem to get them going in the AZ desert.

Thanks for posting!
Tristan


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More beautiful plants and pots!!

I'm very curious about the Euphorbia obesa x bupleurifolia cross. I don't mean to sound like I'm disputing you (coz I'm not!) but that just seems like a very unusual cross. Can you tell me more?

Thanks,
-R


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Don't know much about the obesa cross, got in a trade (other stuff I wanted) and in bad shape. Looking pretty good now but still hasn't leafed out so I don't know what it's going to turn out to be. Reminds me of suzzanne


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