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  1. Stumbled upon this beautiful thing today while out walking. Such sexy ribs and it did look a little bloated but what do people think it is? Going to ask the owner for a cutting soon, too sexy not to have!
  2. AZS

    Hedge Hog Cactus in flower

    this Hedge Hog cactus is blooming at Usery Mountain, East of Phoenix, Arizona

    © Please request permission

  3. Hello one and all! i could not find an introduction area so i will jump right into things. I am from the USA and have been avidly collecting cacti for almost 2 years now though i have been growing plants and cacti my whole life i only recently got into the psychedelic ones. last year i joined a different psychedelic plant forum(not sure if i can name names?) myctopia and i really enjoy it there and i here that it is just as good here. My favorite species of plant is Ariocarpus and now to the cactus porn. This is a Peruvian torch(trichocereus peruvanus) which was grown from seed back in 2007 from wild harvested seed from peru. It is one of the more "true" peruvian torches i have seen. It does not show signs of being a hybrid other than what may have happened in the wild. This second picture is of my Aztekium Ritteri scion grafted to a myrtillocactus geometrizans root stock. it was originally a 14 headed cactus but 4 heads went to a friend who grafted them. 2 of the 4 took. one was on a Ming thing(cereus forbesii monstrose) and the other was on a pilosocereus azures. Third picture is of my second aztekium ritteri graft which has over 36 heads, most are small and just starting to form. im working on grafted the larger pups so that i can graft the main head to a new root stock. The old one is brown and almost used up, when i cut it there was still green flesh under the skin so im leaving the aztekium on it till the rootstock dies. i hope to graft the stump of the aztekium ritteri that is left over once i remove the main head. I will take the small aztekium stump still attached to the root stock and graft it upside down to a new root stock to try and pup farm it. second picture is of both aztekium echinocereus rigidissimus ssp. rubispinus or the rainbow hedgehog cactus. this is just a little picture of it. water added for effect Ariocarpus kotschoubeyanus triplet grafted to a stenocereus root stock. this one recently put off new growth not shown in the picture but it is doing quite well. after 2 months of rooting i checked on it to find more roots than i could hope for, glad the stenocereus is working good. Ariocarpus Retusus sub species confusus grafted to pereskiopsis (supposedly) spatulata. the pictures are a minor show of its stages from being grafted. I have had so many people try and tell me the color is sun damage/stress. its not, its from being grafted. the last picture shows the recent growth. its about 2 months old grafted and 9 months old as a seedling. My two lovely Trichocereus Bridgesii Monstrose cacti aka penis plant or penis cactus. I have both clone A and B in this picture with one of them pupping picture is about a month old This is supposedly a san pedro i grew from seed. grafted it a couple months ago and its looking really nice. but its 5-7 spines per areole. even seedling pachanoi dont have that many spines. so im guessing it is a random hybrid like most trichocereus are. I have way way more to show just waiting for someone to comment.
  4. So I recently visited the kind and caring Cok Grootscholten in Netherlands and enjoyed the company of his ridiculously sexy as all hell nursery. He's been collecting cacti since 1952 and fuck.... No words just wet dreams, again I didn't want to leave and struggled not to kiss every cacti that he owned. Not only was his nursery beautiful, but he was willingly giving me cactuses that I would've either had to pay much money for or killed to get, for free. Even offered me a cutting of his crested lophophoa.... (which we decided not to because it was winter and we didn't want the cactus to die). He said that he was happy to do it because he knew one day I would do the same to another young cactus lover..... :') ( bless his soul) Not only this, but he gave me a pup of a rare Gymnocalycium brucii that had dark flowers (which supposedly in longer exists in the wild?) sowed by the one and only Alberto Vojtech Fric himself back in 1935... ANYWAY TIME FOR PHOTOS BECAUSE THEY EXPLAIN BETTER THAN WORDS! GET YOUR TISSUE BOX READY!!!!!! That last photo is what keeps the greenhouse warm during the winter. There was still so much more that I didn't take photos of......
  5. I'm looking to buy Trichocereus seeds/seedlings/cuttings of all species, please let me know
  6. so here it is. I don't know what it is but here it is! any ideas? little conical shoot growing directly from the meristem of one if my trichs...
  7. DiscoStu

    virus or sunburn

    discovered these yellow splotches on the side facing away from the sun, and it's only getting morning sun and the sun is quite weak this early in spring, is it a virus or.....?
  8. This lone Saguaro is near the peak of Usery Mountain - foreground at base of cactus is Ephedra Nevadensis (Mormon Tea)

    © Ask Permission before use

  9. AZS

    Damaged Saguaro Cactus

    This Saguaro cactus was damaged about 20 - 30 years ago and put out several shoots!

    © Please request permission

  10. This photo was taken East of Phoenix near Usery Mountain during a day-hike.

    © Please contact before use

  11. J Smith

    I use cactus as a plural

    I know that the dictionary states that the plural of cactus is cacti or cactuses. I'm convinced that the plural of cactus should be cactus. It is sometimes not possible to tell, by sight alone, whether a multi-armed columnar cactus, or a multi-headed button type cactus, is a single plant or multiple plants close together. This leads to circumstances where an individual could incorrectly say 'look at those cacti/cactuses' when in fact they are referring to a single plant, or alternatively, 'look at that cactus' when (incorrectly) referring to multiple plants. To overcome this issue I only refer to cactus as cactus, regardless of the number of plants. Do we have any multilingual members who can advise whether other languages use the same word to refer to cactus in both the singular and plural?
  12. I need a CACTUS!!! (Succulents included!!!)Posted by coolcactusdood , 18 March 2013 · 1 views cactus australian native plants succulents pereskiopsis trichocereus bridgesii sacred cacti boobs big tits (just kidding haha) no really...were talkin succulents HAHA! just figured this out, this was originally a blog, but here is my first forum post Hey yáll, Ive been a cactus/ succulent fanatic for years, and cannot ever truly stop learning more and obtaining more of them. I want to establish some sort of trade with people. I have just cleared out many of my "leftover" offsets of plants which have been cluttering up my area, I have quite a few plants to trade in exchange, though some may be too common and though it may not look like much, it continues to grow every week and may include many dozens more after the growing season. I live in the US, so shipping might be difficult for the more sensitive plants, as well as larger ones. plants I offer; -kalanchoe "mother plant" cuttings and rooted, two-five types -crested epiphyte (since died) -yellow opuntia microdasys monstrosa (spiraly type) -crassula oblongata -echinopsis oxygona (small) -crassula lycopoides (thin form and monstrose form) -rhipsalis baccifera -faucaria tigrina -some kleinia cactus-looking succulent -opuntia monacantha monstrosa normal and joseph''s coat -opuntia subulata monstrosa -Wild Arizona golden jumping cactus (from aunts backyard) -silver unknown (dangerous) jumping cactus -opunia compresa& -interesting Brasiliopuntia varieties -various echeverias,aeoniums, as well as the usual "succulents" (desert rose, aloe vera, crassula ovata+monstrosa variety) -a few euphorbias, medusa and corn-cob type, very beautiful.. and maybe a few more.California Natives like dudleyas and such. future; many dozens of imaginable prickly pear varieties for consumption, and for beauty. So far I only have small, undivisible cuttings not ready for trade. I wish to grow all my mother plants to make divisible for trading and plain sharing purposes. In addition to plants, I may provide tips and plant Identification Plants I'm looking for; -pereskia aculeata or grandiflora(or both) -possibly pereskiopsis as mine is not doing too well -quiabentia verticulata or other varieties -crested cacti, and succulents, agaves or aloes of any kind (a fuzzy echeveria would be best) -I like monstrose plants as well, but especially into spirally mutations -Will appreciate variegations as well -mirtillocactus var fukurokuryuzinboku, or breast myrtillocactus -eulychnea castanea varispiralis -penis plant lophocereus schotti monstrosa/inermis -astrophytum (any) -tephrocactus geometrizans (the snowman looking one) -turbinicarpus (any) -leichtenbergia principus -aztekium ritterii -digitostigma -macherocereus gummosus -fouqieria idria columnaris -euphorbia obesa -any exceptionally cool Australian succulents like the ones shown or others from the beach, desert etc) also looking for grafting tips as I have not managed one successful opuntia subulata monstrose graft, and have tried several scions. Thanks, and I hope you may find something you are looking for:)
  13. Hello again everyone. In the coming week/s I am looking to buy a heap of different clones to expand my collection. If anyone would like to sell some cuttings, or even seedlings(for my new mini GH) Anything Trichocereus is preferred but I am also looking for some Lophophora as two of mine have just met their demise. Grafted or not grafted. Would rather pay cash, but also may have a couple of things laying around for trade. Just wondering
  14. Are they going around in AU? I've never seen any available, but very interested to add one to my collection. PM me if you can help, I have lots to trade.
  15. Savage Gardener

    I.D??

    Anyone got an I.D on this guy?? As thick as a rugby players thigh and around waist high. Couple of plants out of shot that are as tall as a house also, just as thick though. Cheers,
  16. Okay here is some plant for sale and some porn Rob pachanoi soirced from SAB for $25 per 30cm tip cut. some tip cuts are large so will cost a bit more. heavy arms, so postage will be high. 1. Knuthianus i think, dont know the sizes, send us a pm if your keen. 2. Kunthianus again 3. Send me a pm if it interests you, will sort out a price. T. Cuzco 4. Same as above will give a good price for a tip cut or more if wanted. T.Bridgessi basal pup, probably around 30cm 5. asking price is $20 Seed grown T.bridgessi, lovely mess of spines. 6. dont know the size if its 30cms i would ask $25 for it. Pc pachanoi sourced from PD 7. $15 per 30cms Lurther burbank x T.Bridgessi tip cutting Very nice specimen at least around 40cms price would be around $35. A couple of eileen pups for sale one small and one large will get size and price if anyone is keen. Yowie pup and yowie tip cutting Small one would be like $8 and the larger one has to be measured to get a proper price. PsychoO tip cuts/pups all sort of sizes from small 15cms to 30cms + One of the SAB's pachanoi clone ALF or Omar this is Quarterfleshes if he doesnt want it its up for grabs. Will look @ the name properly if anyone is intrested. around 20cm $15 price Also for Quarterflesh this is the other SAB clone $15 roughly and another for quarter flesh a kk339? from incognito, nice cactus 30 odd cm's for $15 Plus one lucky last for quarterflesh a fields pachanoi tip cut, heavily blue plant, that has a history of pupping alot. $20 for this one Cuzcoof some kind think its a kk peru of somekind, can get theproper label if anyone is keen on it. $15's each A scop X with psychoO, fast fat plant would look nice when it gets mature. 10-20cm fat pup after snail damaged tip $10 for it Peruvianus x Bridgessi sourced from gomeos one of the plants he was selling before he passed away RIP fast grower Lovely pach x Peru $18-$20 each cutting This is a little ugly but will grow into a lovely blue peru. around 30cms tip cut with a bit of a curve, will sell for $25 this is the main growth column Okay this is a short spine bridgessi via PD length is around 30cms and cost it $25 Tricho sourced from blowng, both dont really know what this one is, interesting tho. $10 for top pup that grew because of snail damage Nice peruvionoid sourced from Egad asking price is $25 for a 30cm+ tip cut. Pach x ? (probably scop) $18 each large roots systems and fully hardened off, fast growers. One sausage off a snag $15 Fat nuggety super pedro pups $15 each, weigh a crap load. Nice think pachanoi tips sourced from holymountain. biggest pach i have, nice plant. around 50-80cents per cm's for the tips large cuttings A couple of tipz macrogonus pups up for grabs $12 each one of the two largest shown closest to you. PM if your keen first in best dress!
  17. irabionist

    LF Conophytum cordatum

    Looking for a Conophytum cordatum (I think) It's the "Love Heart" shaped succulent, think it'd be nice to give as a present to mademoiselle This is a link to http://www.cactus-art.biz/schede/CONOPHYTUM/Conophytum_cordatum/Conophytum_cordatum/Conophytum_cordatum.htm'>the cactus I'm talking about! I only really have a small amount ethno seeds to trade (if someone wants to trade) But I'm also down to pay! Can anybody help?
  18. hebrew

    Bulk cactus sale

    hi, i need to move some cactus. Bulk purchase 10 ft of the following cacti T. Bridgesii: Psycho0 Super Pedro: big fat cuts will be taken from the mother plant Yowie pyscho and yowie can come with roots, take whole plant out of the ground: cost may vary if including roots as quanity of cactus will be considerbly more. $250 for 10 feet pick up only in western subrubs of melbourne All plants are grown in ground, fat healthy and mature. Pm for further info, if no interest on ebay they go.
  19. Hey yáll, Ive been a cactus/ succulent fanatic for years, and cannot ever truly stop learning more and obtaining more of them. I want to establish some sort of trade with people, because I have just cleared out many of my "leftover" offsets of plants which have been cluttering up my area, I have quite a few plants to trade in exchange, though some may be too common and though it may not look like much, it continues to grow every week and may include many dozens more after the growing season plants I offer; -kalanchoe "mother plant" cuttings and rooted, two-five types -crested epiphyte (since died) -yellow opuntia microdasys monstrosa (spiraly type) -crassula oblongata -echinopsis oxygona (small) -crassula lycopoides (thin form and monstrose form) -rhipsalis baccifera -faucaria tigrina -some kleinia cactus-looking succulent -opuntia monacantha monstrosa normal and joseph''s coat -opuntia subulata monstrosa -Wild Arizona golden jumping cactus (from aunts backyard) -silver unknown (dangerous) jumping cactus -opunia compresa& -interesting Brasiliopuntia varieties -various echeverias,aeoniums, as well as the usual "succulents" (desert rose, aloe vera, crassula ovata+monstrosa variety) -a few euphorbias, medusa and corn-cob type, very beautiful.. and maybe a few more.California Natives like dudleyas and such. future; many dozens of imaginable prickly pear varieties for consumption, and for beauty. So far I only have small, undivisible cuttings not ready for trade. I wish to grow all my mother plants to make divisible for trading and plain sharing purposes. In addition to plants, I may provide tips and plant Identification Plants I'm looking for; -pereskia aculeata or grandiflora(or both) -possibly pereskiopsis as mine is not doing too well -quiabentia verticulata or other varieties -crested cacti, and succulents, agaves or aloes of any kind (a fuzzy echeveria would be best) -I like monstrose plants as well, but especially into spirally mutations -Will appreciate variegations as well -mirtillocactus var fukurokuryuzinboku, or breast myrtillocactus -eulychnea castanea varispiralis -penis plant lophocereus schotti monstrosa/inermis -astrophytum (any) -tephrocactus geometrizans (the snowman looking one) -turbinicarpus (any) -leichtenbergia principus -aztekium ritterii -digitostigma -macherocereus gummosus -fouqieria idria columnaris -euphorbia obesa -any exceptionally cool Australian succulents like the ones shown or others from the beach, desert etc) also looking for grafting tips as I have not managed one successful opuntia subulata monstrose graft, and have tried several scions. Thanks, and I hope you may find something you are looking for:)
  20. Dear Cacti enthusiasts, I have some beautiful, caring garden patch surrounded many other new cactus friends. Have you got a lonely cactus that needs a home? I am looking to buy or trade a lots of cactus to fill up my cactus quarter of my garden. I have heaps of panchanoi, would love some more bridgesii clones or peruvianus or anything interesting I can play with and learn to grow. I am after about 6 cuts. I have heaps of interesting seeds from acacias and some cool cactus seed and other stuff for trade or I would love to buy some to support a fellow cactus grower. cheers,
  21. Hi all! Ive got the following for sale...... will post Aus wide except the 60cm Bridgesii POSTAGE NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE Fields Pachanoi with 2 pups, 45cm = $25 Peruvianus (HB01) 33cm = $15 Non PC pach, 35cm =$15 Snags, SOLD Bridgesii tip cutting 60cm = $45 TBM = $10----psyspasm
  22. tripsis

    All done.

    All done.
  23. solomon

    Cactus illustrations

    I'm always on the hunt for books on cacti, in particular ones with illustrations rather than photos. I'm going to post some of the nice illustrations I find on the net in this thread, I encourage others (EG I know you've got to have some stuff like this) to do the same. Probably a good idea not to infringe copyright. here are a lot of older books uploaded as PDFs to legit sites out there. These are from the Missouri Botanical Garden http://www.illustrat...ooks/browse.asp © 1995-2012 Missouri Botanical Garden http://www.illustratedgarden.org
  24. Was thinking maybe we could get together and make a app for IDing cacti for corroboree members? I'm not meaning a smartphone app but a application embedded on the forum Could make it in flash, have sections for shape, colour, spineage, flower etc, then the section you are in gives you a bunch of options to choose from, and after going through and selecting the traits you are given a list of possible candidates, with pictures and info of the species alongside the names. Can have pics and info donated from members, flash programming is pretty easy I havnt done any in years but would be willing to pick it back up to get this up and running, action script is like riding a bike, there's probaby some members on here that could smash it out easy As there are so many freaking different cacti out there it would be silly to try and make a whole library straight off the bat, but maybe just starting off with the common requests that pop up on here then expanding out updating it with a bunch of new info over time. And possibly having it embedded in a pinned thread in the ID forum? Not wanting to do this to eliminate all ID request threads, but it may give people a good idea of what they got and instead of coming on with "I have no idea what this is" they may go "I'm pretty sure it's this, or one of these" Theres an app on iPhone called "fungi" used for mushroom IDing, guess that's what I got in mind, but instead of fungi it'll be cacti and instead of phone it'll be here on the forum, and instead of paying it'll be free for the community Thoughts?
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