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And the ID question

Posted by tequila 26N 97.5W Z 9b (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 17, 05 at 14:41

Can you help me with the name? It has a depressed center and a pale green color.
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Alfonso


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RE: And the ID question

Hello Alfonso,

It looks like the one green-flowered Notocactus, Notocactus graessnerii, but, if you like, it may be called Parodia.

Anyway, flowering will confirm it, but you'll have to wait for next year.

Yes, it looks a little etiolated, but not too badly.


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RE: And the ID question

Nice one! I thought you might be winding us up, Jeff, especially with the subtle spelling change to throw off my googling ... but lo and behold ...

Here is a link that might be useful: Geen flowers!


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  • Posted by tequila 26N 97.5W Z 9b (My Page) on
    Mon, Oct 17, 05 at 15:09

Thank you for your ID. I will wait for the green flowers
Alfonso


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shrubs, thats a beauty on that site!


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