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Identify this garden -competition giveaway

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Whoever so,

by judgement of unruly (or ruly) mob

shall set forth to (most) succesfully ID these cacti

will recieve, as statement of gratitude

3 phleb seeds

1 semilanceta print portion

Native Caraway seed

Native watercress seed

Rooted mugwort cutting

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t. pach

t. peru

t. mac

t. scop

t. bridge

anything else ya wanna know? :wink:

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mostly which ones is which ..

and there's a tersheckii

and rosei in there me thinks, and whatever that means i'd like to know : )

and which kinds of which, and whatever that means

would be pretty awesome too : )

What's that enormous fat ass one laying in the trough?

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The three glaucous ones in the front, second pic, should be Rosei. Bridgesii is in the second pot from the right, second pic. I also see many Scops all over the place. bye Eg

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The big fatty lieing down looks like my tersheckii.

The cactus furtherest in pic 1 looks like a pycho0 x i have.

Closest cacus pic 1 is a scop

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The one on the left, first pic? Its hard to tell from a cutting of that size but spines kinda look like some sort of Peruvianus. A big one though. But the small one behind that one could be a Terscheckii.

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one could consider tersheckii and peru one in the same?

Seen that spoken of quite a few times. Interested to hear your take on that.

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Terscheckii and Peruvianus are diffrent in many ways. Spine color, in many cases spine shape and spine lenght, Amount of Ribs when mature, some aspects of the flower are diffrent as well. Also, Terscheckii, Pasacana and the similar Cacti are a diffrent type of cacti in the sense that they occur in diffrent regions. While i have no doubt that most San Pedro Trichos should be lumped together, i wouldnt put Terscheckii in the same Category. They are related but not the same.

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one could consider tersheckii and peru one in the same?

Seen that spoken of quite a few times. Interested to hear your take on that.

Really? You sure you don't been pach and peru?

IMO eg is spot on

Edit: and yeah u are right about the wee one being the tersheckii i think, looks like the form sold by a nursery here

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Btw, spination of the lying fatty looks a lot like Rosei as well. And i can definately see some glaucousness. Only thing i cant see on the fatty is the whitish wool on the areoles. But they may be a bit dirty from laying on the ground.

Edit: Btw, can you post another pic of the multi-ribbed Trich in the background right beside the white bucket on the second pic? It looks interesting and you can only see the tip on the picture.

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I think i got some wires crossed somewere. :P

edit: I think i was thinking of macrogonus

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1 or 2 in the 1st pic on the right hand side look like cordobensis/lance/whatever to me

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I think it is your macro, eatfoo. I jsut couldnt remember where it came from. Took me some time to work out which to plant ti before, I decded I didn't care and it could go sideways!

Are the pedro, pc?

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terscheckii is in the little blue pot behind the orange trough.

A few pc pachs in there.

longspined blues? they're real pretty, macrogonus?

bridgesii in one of the 300mm pots

scopulicola in front of the orange trough

Aloe vera

(I want those seeds ! but my cactus ID is a bit iffy)

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Large Terracotta from right to left:

pach

bridgesii

bridgesii x pach

pc pach

pach

pach

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How goes the mob with this?

More photo's.. ?

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More photos. I'm quite interested to see the results of my almost random guesses, and learn how a few more cacti look. A lot of your stuff looks pachanoid to me, and I don't know a lot of the various hybrids knocking about.

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