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Just a photo of a couple young Sans.

Posted by woodnative 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 28, 12 at 8:31

Sans enjoying their summer outside. An S. masoniana variegate, a young S. t. futura striated, also an Aloe brevifolia variegate. A little blue S. kirki 'Silver Blue' can also be seen in the background.


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RE: Just a photo of a couple young Sans.

So lush and healthy looking. what soil mix do you use?

Thanks
Inna


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Very nice. I love the variegated masoniana


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Very cool and happy-looking plants! I especially like the really fat leaf on the one to the right.


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Woodnative, Looking good. Always enjoy your collection. You can join the fat leaf contest. Seems nobody else is. That masoniana could be a winner. I finally got one of my futura's to break across at 4 inches. Didn't picture it yet.
Stush


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RE: Just a photo of a couple young Sans.

Stush-
I have an all-green masoniana that would probably beat that. I don't know that would be fair, however, as masoniana is naturally big! Maybe we should limit that contest to trifasciata types. Elichka- the mix is a bit of this and a bit of that.........Commercail cactus mix, course sand, a bit of garden soil, some perlite, a little bone meal, a bit of........


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