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More Mamms!

Posted by vilcat z4b NH (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 22, 06 at 13:58

Here are some more Mamms (my favorites). the last

picture is a M. bocasana, I believe, but what is the one on the left? It is not as hairy and has light pink flowers.

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M. sheldonii
M. zeilmanniana
M. lasiacantha
M. deherdtiana
M. bombycina
Both M. bocasana I think, its a variable species

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Boy, Shrubs, you sure know your Mamms!Thanks again.


RE: More Mamms!

Maybe I just picked the five hardest to spell ;)

Always check the names I come up with. You have the plants in front of you and can see things I might miss, judge colours better, and know how big the plants and flowers are.

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They are gorgeous plants Kathy. Mamms are my all time favorites for cacti. I just love those round flowers they get at the crown. I have one in bloom now, second time this winter.


RE: More Mamms!

Very very nice!

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