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some flowers

Posted by pieter Belgium (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 24, 06 at 6:42

The first ones of the season. You haven't seen me here very often the last few months becouse I was tired of all the popups on this forum. But I got a new popup blocker so I might come back more often again now :-)

Mammillaria jaliscana L1044

Mammillaria schiedeana subsp. giselae ML677

Turbinicarpus valdezianus

And now a new plant I just received in an order from cactus esterel: Machaecereus eruca.



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RE: some flowers

Great photos. Love them all, but especially the Machaecereus eruca, mine are just starting to look like the adults.
Lincoln, NE USDA 5

RE: some flowers

Does that mean you grew them from seed?

RE: some flowers

I know what you mean about the pop ups. They drive me insane also and have had me running from this forum on many occasions.
I wish they wouldn't have them all over the place.

Glad to see you back and posting anyway. Nice photos too.
Not really any blooms for me yet, I'm a lot further north though and things have been a bit behind with everything due to our extended winter this year.

Do you still have your echinopsis hybrids?
I have sown a whole host of hybrid cross seeds a few weeks ago and am growing on seedlings from last year. In a couple of years, I might see the first of them flower.


RE: some flowers

Yes from seed, almost 3 years old now.
Lincoln, NE USDA 5

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