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Found 138 results

  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.
  2. Hey everyone, fairly new hear and just coming up to a year collecting trichos. Just wanting to know if there are many other members here in Tasmania with them? I'd love to buy some seedlings/cuts/rooted plants if possible. I don't really have anything ready for trade yet but have just sown about 1500 seeds and over 40 different hybrids so will have plenty in the near future . Any help would be much appreciated!
  3. Ozbek

    Great Dirty Things

    I have the following to trade: Schotia brachypetala (seeds and seedlings collected from several trees: one grower called them "great dirty things") Flindersia australis (seedlings) Cereus peruvianus (seeds) In March 2018, I collected seeds from Cereus peruvianus fruits that had ripened and split. The fruit flesh is white, slightly sweet and crystalline. I have sowed a test batch with >80% germination. Please see below for seeds I'm interested in exchange: Chilis (let me know which cultivar/ species) Butia capitata from a tree that produces good-tasting fruit Cereus jamacaru Cereus validus Pilosocereus (let me know which species) Myrtillocactus geometrizans Trichocereus (let me know which cultivar/ species) PM me if interested in swapping (even if you have stuff that is not on my wanted list). Australian residents only. Thanks for your understanding.
  4. withdrawl clinic

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    From the album: withdrawl clinic

  5. TRICHOCEREUS: THE SAN PEDRO GROUP - Printed edition Hi guys, it´s my pleasure to announce that I spent the year doing nothing but writing and I am about to release my book TRICHOCEREUS: THE SAN PEDRO GROUP in April or May! The book will have 200+ pages and contains 300-400 photos from habitats and collections worldwide, all the original descriptions (English & Latin) as well as new information and comments about every single species. I dug out hundreds of old cactus books and literature to offer a complete overview about the history of this amazing group of plants. I was lucky enough to get loads and loads of cool pictures. This book will be ALL COLOR! I spent so much time writing and preparing for this book and it´s like a dream come through that I am able to release it now. A lot my SAB friends here helped to get it done. Either by offering photos or by keeping me motivated and I am extremely thankful for everyone who made this possible. There will be a very affordable digital edition and I am also working on a few deals to get it printed. It´s possible that I will send a part of the hard copies to Torsten and SAB to make it easier for the Australian members to get their book fast and without having to import it themselves. The printed edition will be extremely limited and it´s possible that it will sell out very fast. I assume there will probably be around 500 - 1000 books at max. I started a crowdfunding campaign in order to pay for the costs of the printing. The campaign already reached half of its goal within two days and there only is a limited number of books available. If you want to get a copy of my book, you can get it through my campaign on Indiegogo here: Book: Trichocereus: The San Pedro Group
  6. From the album: Trichocereus scopulicola x Trichocereus terscheckii

    Seedling Trichocereus scopulicola x T. terscheckii grafted onto T. pachanoi
  7. Inyan

    Areole graft pupping

    Birthdate 19 March 2018 Today our grafted crested variegated Trichocereus pachanoi is 82 days old and starting to pup. Unfortunately, the pup did not choose the proper spot to pup! Is it cheating if you take a an areole that is starting to pup like this one and graft it or will that get you kicked out of the grafting union?
  8. From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    Born March 19. -6June18 variegated crested pachano iareole graft 79days old Today!!! Looking good.
  9. I have a very few specimens that seem to develop purple coloring after exposure to colder temperatures. Out of my many Huarazensis x Zelly hybrids... these two show a bit of purple. Out of my Trichocereus scopulicola x Trichocereus terscheckii seedlings I have just one so far that is showing any purple... but I don't have that many of this hybrid grafted either so I'd say this is a pretty good indicator that this last hybrid may throw out purples in a higher concentration and perhaps darker specimens than what I am seeing. Anyway, I'd like to see everyones purples if they don't mind sharing. The few purples from the many Zelly seedlings I have grafted are growing on me. Lets hope this trait stays with them as they mature. And please... post your own purples here my friends as I know I'm not the only one with them.
  10. Inyan

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    From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    Yet another reason everyone should graft. The freaks come out to play and here we have yet another Trichocereus seedling that has decided to crest.
  11. From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    Crested Variegated Trichocereus pachanoi grafts 1 month update...
  12. From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    Crested Variegated Trichocereus pachanoi grafts 1 month update...
  13. From the album: Trichocereus scopulicola x Trichocereus terscheckii

    My favorite so far out of the Trichocereus scopulicola x Trichocereus terscheckii hybrids by Zelly. I absolutely love this one... not that I don't love them all.
  14. I have some 5 year old trichocereus bridgesii that I sadly haven't repotted in 4 years. The tallest ones in the picture are about 53cm. This year will be a good year for them because not only will they get a new large pot (or pots) but they get to leave the 4 year old store-bought cactus soil mix I used at the time! I'm thinking 1 part garden soil, 1 part pearlite (or pumace) and a small amount of sand for the new soil mix. My question is this: I was thinking about burying them about 10cm deeper than they are now, which would put the thin 1st year of growth under the soil and hopefully make them more stable (see picture with drawn lines and text). Not only is the bottom of the cactus thinner than the top but a few of them are also leaning at the bottom then they curve up to vertical at the top. Is this a bad idea? Will I rot out the bottom? I live in the cold north of the US so they've been grown indoors and have a pretty controlled environment. I'm also hoping by mixing my own soil this time it will be better draining and not rot out the newly buried portion.
  15. MeanGreen

    Cuzco or Peru?

    Got this plant last year, came labeled as a peruvianus but I've always been convinced it's a cuzco. I'd like some opinions, what do you think?
  16. MeanGreen

    Cuzco or Peru?

    Got this plant last year, came labeled as a peruvianus but I've always been convinced it's a cuzco. I'd like some opinions, what do you think?
  17. Hey, so I've had this fatty for a bit now and I'd like some opinions on what species/variation this could be. It's a good 8+ cm across and extremely heavy, over 1.6kg for a 40cm cutting. I realize it's most likely a hybrid. My guess from the spination is it has some bridgesii in it. I was told this plant was found growing near a cliff in the wild in Spain. @Evil Genius I'd be particularly interested in your input on this one if possible
  18. Tricotyledon (SS02 x SS01) x Trichocereus macrogonus Day 1 10 March 2018 Pictures will be uploaded in real time of this graft to show the natural progression as it unfolds. For those that have their own of this cross... please feel free to post any pictures you may have here so I can see what this baby might look like when it gets a bit older. I try not to miss many opportunities to bang grafting procedures into peoples brains. So, here goes another short one. First label and find an appropriate tricotyledon seedling (scion). Next, wrap your stock with some parafilm. Slice your stock midway through the parafilm wrap you have made. Cover and wrap and your done. So easy, even a child could do it.
  19. TPM x Trichocereus peruvianus Sharxx Blue Grafting Tutorial. Grafts done today! First, we wrap this guy with parafilm. Next, we slice into our stock. We then stretch out another inch i.e. 2.54 cm piece of parafilm to make it thin. We then drape this over our seedling/scion that has already had its bottom cut off with a nice sharp razor. After draping we gently bring down all sides of the parafilm to ensure that a secure covering is present on all sides while taking care not to tip our seedling so that the complete cut bottom portion of the scion remains in contact with the stock. The purpose of this parafilm is not just to hold the scion in place. The parafilm provides an area that will not dry out and does not require humidity which speeds the healing process. Additionally, the parafilm will pop off of its own accord after the seedling has grown sufficiently. Although, you may be tempted to pick at it like a scab on an old sore... you need not remove the parafilm at any stage. Parafilm can be used for larger grafts as well to help prevent drying out and speed up the healing process.
  20. From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    Trichocereus peruvianus Clyde x Zelly
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