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  1. MeanGreen

    Dawson Pasacana x OP

    From the album: MeanGreen's Ethnobotanical Garden

    One of my current favourite grafts, growth is a bit slower than the more common species but well worth it.
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    Dawson Pasacana x OP

    Sure, there you go
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    Stapelia gigantea bloom

    From the album: MeanGreen's Ethnobotanical Garden

    This plant has a really interesting strategy for reproduction, its flowers smell like rotten meat and attract all the neighborhood flies, which in turn pollinate the flowers.
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    Chasing Sceletium, seeds, cuttings or seedling :)

    Herbalistics has seeds and plants available
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    What did you do to your cacti today?

    Just to be clear these are Myrtillocactus geometrizans, not Trichocereus in case you thought they were. They look fairly healthy, since you're going into winter now I would wait until Spring before taking cuttings. Your best bet is probably to order seeds if you can't find Tricho cuttings locally.
  6. MeanGreen

    What did you do to your cacti today?

    Very nice Inyan! Yeah I also grow both hybrids Koehres has on offer, fricii x koehresii F2 and williamsii x fricii. Still too small to show anything interesting, I have one of each grafted, about the same.size as yours.
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    Blue peru getting freaky with it

    From the album: MeanGreen's Ethnobotanical Garden

    Just separated and repotted these almost sky blue peruvianus seedlings, this guy in the middle is doing some weird rib play and was getting choked by the others. Hoping it goes monstrose.
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    Blue peru getting freaky with it

  9. From the album: MeanGreen's Ethnobotanical Garden

    Here's a couple grafts of T. pachanoi "Fields" x T. pasacana "Dawson" from SAB, a short spine phenotype and a long spine phenotype (which looks like it might have a couple lime green ribs)
  10. MeanGreen

    2 phenos of Fields Pach x Dawson's Pasacana from the SAB store

    Longer spined: Shorter spined:
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    Happy Cathy

    That colour! So beautiful
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    Wanted: CSD, Sharxx, SS02, Goliath

    Looking for someone willing to ship any of these cuts to Europe, I've already imported cacti from Aus with no problems. Just putting it out there, please PM me if you're able to help
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    Wanted: CSD, Sharxx, SS02, Goliath

    Awesome! actually ordered from you last year already, super healthy plants
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    Turbinicarpus swobodae

    From the album: MeanGreen's Ethnobotanical Garden

    Both of these grafts pushed two identically placed flowers today
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    5 months from seed to flower

    From the album: MeanGreen's Ethnobotanical Garden

    Grafted this baby as a 2 weeks old seedling on the 27th of April. Seeds were from one of my own williamsii, full circle :)
  16. MeanGreen

    eBay/Gumtree finds

    Yeah I think things are getting a bit crazy... edit: wow what were the odds I take the screenshot at exactly 5:55 & 55 seconds
  17. MeanGreen

    Can anyone help me ID this plant, please?

    I'd say Crassula sp. (maybe ovata)
  18. MeanGreen

    What did you do in your sacred garden today?

    Received and potted up some very nice and very cheap degrafts from China today, pretty pumped Group pic Lophophora fricii cv. Takenaka Blossfeldia liliputana, the biggest clump of the two but both are huge by Blossfeldia standards Variegated Lophophora williamsii var. caespitosa Unexpected freebie variegated Coryphantha elephantidens All for less than $50 shipped, I love these guys
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    Grafts -Photos & Updates

    Nice thread guys, here's a little timelapse on some seedling grafts I did back in early April. CJ x Sharxx and Clyde x Chalaensis. May 27th: June 27th July 26th (CJ x Sharxx on the far right & Clyde x Chalaensis far left, Rosei 1 x Scop in the middle x2) August 13th The slight variegation on those CJ x Sharxx seedlings is more apparent in this pic August 27th (Clyde x Chalaensis at the back) And here's a tray of grafts I did last week, lots of albino/variegates from Zelly's VRG crosses, will post some updates
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    What did you do to your cacti today?

    Nice fruit man, I'd say about a month - month & a half between flower and fruit usually. Got this double fruiting today on my semi cristate:
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    Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

    Wow bardo that's a beast, reaching for the skies! This Yowie x Psycho0 stands out for me at the moment, best looking one out of the seedlings I grafted from this cross, a good mix of both parents
  22. MeanGreen

    jourdaniana var. mammilaris 61.jpg

    3185, the seeds were purchased last year though so yours could be a different batch
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    jourdaniana var. mammilaris 61.jpg

    Very nice choice Inyan, I grafted one of these from koehres seeds a few months ago and so far it definitely seems true to form, it has permanent spines which are quite hard and not brittle, very fun to touch. Hopefully it'll bloom before the end of the season so we'll see if it has jourdaniana flowers.
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    Kratom seed store

    We know how to label them for Aus and for obvious reasons won't go into details publicly. Everyone has received their orders so far. The seeds remain viable for upwards of 6 month, I have personally tested this last year and documented it on the shroomery.
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    Kratom seed store

    Hey guys, A friend and I recently launched our website for the sale of Mitragyna speciosa seeds: m2seeds.comWe source them from a professional kratom farmer in Malaysia we've been in contact with for a while, not far from Kuala Lumpur. I did a giveaway of some of these seeds a few months ago.We currently have 2 strains available, but more coming soon: Green Malay (local name "Urat Hijau") Red Malay (local name "Urat Merah") which was originally sourced by the farmer up north near the Thai border so technically this is what kratom sellers call Red Thai. The seeds are fresh and germination rates are great, see below for pictures of some seedlings. We're running a free shipping worldwide promotion until the end of July, check us out! We ship from Europe, orders going to Oz will be labeled & packaged accordingly.
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