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man, ive so got the seed pod bug, hanging for the next one, got my technique down pat. last year they all came at the same time and was quite overwhelming, this year there gunna come 1 or 2 at a time and im really quite enjoying it.

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these 3 have really surprised me, didn't expect anything but theyre not looking too bad, all 3 flowers were pollinated with rosei 2.

again this was a fresh cutting around October. I suppose now ive posted this they'll drop off lol. we will see.

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Haha looks like that ALIEN octopus thing sucking face

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2 fails on val x scop 2. and 2 winners on val x rosei1

still got 2 val x scop 2 on another cutting hanging on

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Since this has become the "fruit" thread I'll drop these in here too. :)

All fruits are at least a month old now so shouldn't have many failures.

4 fruits on this one and more flowers to open soon

Anakie (peruvianus) is the mother, the fruits were pollinated with the following plants - Gawler peru - Hahn pach - Norma - Fields pach

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Chilensis X Echinopsis seminudus

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Fields Pach X Norma

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Gawler Peru X Norma

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Hahn pachanoi - plants which have pollinated these fruits are - Fields pach - Norma - Anakie - Scopulicola

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Hamiltons Peruvianus X Norma

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Knuth X Pach x2

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Norma fruits pollinated with the following - Hahn pach - Anakie and Gawler peru

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Pachanoi fruits pollinated with the following - Norma - Tipz macro and Fields pach

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SA Short Spined Terscheckii X Scop

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Schick Pink open pollinated fruit and another bud that'll open in the next couple days

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Super Pedro X Norma

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Tipz Macro X Norma - with another Tipz bud still to mature

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Some more scop buds I hope flower in the coming weeks/months just to keep this thread on track. :wink:

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And some I forgot.

Gawler Peru pollinated with Norma (x2) - Scopulicola and Fields Pachanoi

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Grandi flowers open today, might try to pollinate them for fun.

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and plenty of pachanoi flowers left to mature. More of these types around the garden too....

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kickin ass there zed! I couldn't find the fruits thread, I remember it being titled "trichocereus fruits" is that correct?

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kickin ass there zed! I couldn't find the fruits thread, I remember it being titled "trichocereus fruits" is that correct?

Thanks PGC! Yeah, it's in the "ID" subforum. Maybe when I harvest some fruits I'll put pics in there again....

http://www.shaman-australis.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=36532&hl

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better late than never...lol....missed photographing a heap of buds and flowers

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some flowers and fruits round at the parents house. mum does most of the pollinating since they're in her garden.

received a couple of different scop pollen samples from an aus member. cheers mate! quite a few have taken. also have the pachanoi x scop both ways.

nz yowie

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scop

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pachanoi

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Does anyone in the US have PC Pedro pollen? I should have a few trichocereus hybrids flowering this summer and would like to cross them with PC pedro. Hopefully the 'flying saucer' flowers this year as I really want to see that flower. I'd accept overseas pollen as well but not sure how well handles the trip.

Apricot glow bud

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Hey Modern.shaman, a large number of the PCs is actually a clone. That means that it wouldn´t be able to pollinate the flower because of genetic identity. But you never know...there also are seedgrown plants from the same seed batch as the PC.

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Hey Modern.shaman, a large number of the PCs is actually a clone. That means that it wouldn´t be able to pollinate the flower because of genetic identity. But you never know...there also are seedgrown plants from the same seed batch as the PC.

What? PC is genetically identical to Trichocereus cv. 'Apricot glow'?? Is it still too early in the morning?

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Nope, I misread that. Thought he wanted to cross a PC flower with PC pollen and thought the Apricot Glow is a separate cross. My bad.

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Second last flower of the season... Big scop

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Sorry about the shite! Pics really hard to get a shot.

Cheers b

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could all the people who have previously expressed interest in valida seed please contact me again, with your username and "valida" as the topic of the message. I have well and truly over committed myself so I will do my best to sort everyone out.

sorry about this, some people I remember but others I do not.

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What's that zelly? Looks very pretty.

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according to EG, thats the rarely seen & elusive chalaensis

right beside it is my scop, sporting 18 buds on two stems :)

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from buds to flowers.....

 

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scop spineless 

 

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nz pachanoi 

 

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tig bridgesii 

 

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pc 

 

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super pedro / cordobensis oz 

 

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Hildewintera CV alpha 

 

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