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growing cactus outdoors

Posted by daveycrockett 4 (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 12, 06 at 21:00

Hi, does anyone near Sudbury, ON have either a Brittle Pear (Opuntia Fragilis) or Beehive Cactus (Escobaria vivipara) for sale or trade? I've had a Prickly Pear (O. Polyacantha) growing outside for two winters now. I find it fascinating to watch people's faces when they see it growing outside where winters average about -20 degrees C and about 3to 4 feet of snow cover. My Prickly Pear has three or four pads and I would be willing to remove and root one or two pads to trade for the other two species.


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RE: growing cactus outdoors

cactus was a character who plays bass for phish

i am the new lead ax player for www.magicburps.com

what the www.PHuch.com am i talking about?

Here is a link that might be useful: magic burps


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RE: growing cactus outdoors

Magic, are you nuts? You became a member on the 25th just to post that(on the 25th)?

Davey, I'll back you 100% if you want to report such a flagrant violation of GW rules.


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