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Another pilcayensis.

Posted by cactuspolecat Tasmania Aust (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 30, 05 at 4:59

This is my second of two plants of Mamm. spinosissima ssp. pilcayensis, flowering two months or so after the other one has finished!
I love the delicate colour of these pink flowers, & they're slightly paler than on the other plant.


Cheers, CP


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RE: Another pilcayensis.

Very nice CP, and good size flowers!
I would be sorely tempted to do a macro on one of those guys!


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RE: Another pilcayensis.

That's really nice CP! I haven't the desire to get one of my own, so I'll just admire yours from afar.
Amy


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RE: Another pilcayensis.

Mine is budding out right now. Won't be long now before I have flowers. There are 20 buds and looks to be more on the way.
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Dawn


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RE: Another pilcayensis.

Believe it or not, I don't have this or any other spinosissima form! But I still like looking at all CPs plants :)


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