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Took a few photos this morning and was asked by a friend to show him some so thought I'd share a few photos of the collection and some recent additions, enjoy!

New seedlings from a member here, thanks heaps gnome! They are looking great.

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Some seedlings have gone white near the bottoms, should I be worried about this? they appear to be growing and aren't soft or anything.

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Seedlings

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Sun bathing

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My first graft attempt to take, TBM to T. pach, seems to have taken quite well but no new growth as of yet

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T. peru KK1689 from SAB showing new growth, lovely coloured spines

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Some new additions, Yowie, Eileen and T. macro

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TBM and T. macro's

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Psycho0, Jess, Yowie and T. scop

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Unamed T. bridgesii with this game little fella playing in the spiders den

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Same T. bridgesii overlooking the other trichs

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Some mamm's, ferocactus, gymno's, echinopsis, notocactus and some lophs in the terracotta pot

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Unkown trich (anyone got any ideas?)

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Same as above

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TBM's pupping

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T. pasacana showing new growth (finally!)

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Interesting Cereus showing montrous to normal back to monstrous growth

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Oreocereus of some sort, little Echinopsis 'Haku Jo' and B. hertlingiana in the back

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Psychotria

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Acacia longifolia

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Mammillaria in flower

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T. bridgesii 'Bruce' and a notocactus shooting some flower buds

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Little L. williamsii

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Little L. williamsii

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Psychotria

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Psychotria flower forming I assume?

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Brugs

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Awesome dude!!

The unnamed trich looks to have some Macro to it, as well as pachanoi.

Your psychotria is going awesome! As well as the longifolia.

Are those the seedgrown lophs you had a year or so back? Grown up lots!

Awesome garden dude.

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Cheers Khala,

The dude who gave it to me found it all chopped up into into pieces in Manly and thought it was a bridgesii but I thought

something along the lines of pach or peru but really I'm pretty hopeless when it comes to id'ing.

The psychotria's are doing well, especially on the one in the ground (when the dogs not roughing it up!) and the

acacia is powering along very nicely.

And yeah thats them, only got 2 of them left unfortunately due to various reasons but got some more seed in

takeaway containers so hopefully this time i'll be more successful, I've actually followed the tek this time!!!

My 'J3 x Psycho0' seeds have germinated too! so so happy.

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Looks awesome man.

The psychotria is def flowering

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Cool, my one out the back is doing the same so I might have a go at pollinating them this year if its possible. Thanks for the kind words too eatfoo!

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Know anything of the T.pasacana's place in the entheogenic landscape? Saw one today in an inner city nursery and almost bought it as a curiosity, but didn't want to carry it around. There's been talk that this species contains phenethylamines not found in other Tricocereus.

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awesome!

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