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One last package remaining due to buyer not sticking to his word. Final package consists of a mixed bag of over 100 seedlings. Asking price is $200 plus postage. For the sake of ease and convenience, they will not be labelled. Species or hybrids it may contain: Trichocereus peruvianus T. peruvianus? (grown as T. pachanoi) T. bridgesii T. pasacana T. pachanoi x SS02 T. bridgesii x SS02 Juul's Giant x T. scopulicola Icaro Rosei 1 open Super Pedro x J3 Super Pedro x Psycho0 SS02 x T. bridgesii SS02 x Juul's Giant If you're interested, post in this thread and then PM me. Please only bother to PM if you are actually wanting to purchase the package. I am sick of people showing some interest and then fucking me around for ages. Some photos of the seedlings, taken when this thread was initially started (thus most of them are now sold):
Hey guys and gals. Back in June I sowed a bunch of L. williamsii seeds with the ol' take away tek. They are now all about 2-5mm and looking ok. Over the last couple of weeks I have been slowly getting them used to lower humidity by opening the take away box and leaving a little gap for circulation. I have been watering them a little too to keep them from shock (I gently pour water down along the edges of hte container so that it collects on the bottom and wicks up via the soil). The soil is mostly sharp sand, river sand/crushed gravel, and a very little bit of coir (ie; not very moisture retentive). Where to from here? When do I transplant these guys? What's the best way to do this? Should I try to put holes in the bottom of the container so that I can bottom water them? Cheers!
A friend of mine was down in Albany recently & mentioned visiting the "Cactus Factory Garden Centre". They only gave me a limited description & I know very little about the garden myself; but thought it would be a good place to check out for anyone passing through or living in the area. If you have visited the center already or go & have a look, plz share you're experience, It would be great to hear a little more of what it's like.