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Stenocereus (etc.) marginatus

Posted by jamesicus Tucson AZ (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 31, 05 at 16:40

At this time of year in southern Arizona -- and until about February of next year -- mature plants of Stenocereus (syn. Lemaireocereus, Pachycereus, et al) marginatus growing as outdoor landscape plants will be in bud/flower/fruit.

The following 15-25 ft tall plants are growing at Bach's Cactus Nursery in Tucson:




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RE: Stenocereus (etc.) marginatus

Splendid shots Mr. Pickering! Hope all is well with you.. :-)
Bill in SC


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Very nice pics James, I think mine has got a bit more growing to do before it gets to flowering stage.

CP


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I'm at a loss as to which I find more impressive, James, that magnificent plant or the blue of your sky.

Both are a pleasure to view.

Al


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Al wrote:

I'm at a loss as to which I find more impressive, James, that magnificent plant or the blue of your sky.

Even after living here for thirty five years, Al, I am still captivated by our intensely blue, cloudless, skies.

James


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James glad to see you are still in circulation, as usuall great shots
John Rose


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Bill in SC wrote:

..... Hope all is well with you.

Passably well, Bill, thanks.

James


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