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Trichocereus bridgessii crest

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Interesting new additions as always, tipz.

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looking good mate, :wink:

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Found this crested Trichocereus Bridgessii In the post box today :)

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Wo. is this a first for this in Oz?

I have been so excited since coming back and noticing all these funky crests and monstrose coming out of the woodwork (still waiting for clone A and crested pachanoi to pop up)

will you be revealing how you came by it or are you just going to be a cocktease? :P

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You have got me with the crestate bridg. I'm all kinds of green.

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how is it you get all these plants?

they should hold them up and give them to me

"hmm, this dude tipz has enough cool plants, let's send them to qualia, he's cool too

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I got home to a letter from AQUIS today actually. I have now been officially warned.

Turns out they had to destroy a large TBM crest from Germany :( . Such a shame

Oh well. Whats that old saying ? nine out of ten aint bad ?

Time to change tactics ( and buy domestically of course - now that I am fully aware of the boundaries )

Let this be an example to you all - YOU WILL GET CAUGHT :innocent_n:

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That crested bridgey is awesome,I want one, nice work tipz !

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Hey tipz, what is the plant on the left in pic 2 ? It looks like a bewdy !

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nice work indeed!

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NICE! That is one freakish bridgesii Tipz. Man I want one of those Eulychnia Castanea Spirals soo bad

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Thanks for the pic tipz, thats a pretty looking plant, another one I need to source for the collection, I had never seen that species before your pics, thanks !

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Send in the army of cacti wearing ninja's. They would instill fear into the biggest baddest AQUIS officer :lol:

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Ill be propagating as much as possible.

The bridgessi may have to be "sliced and diced" this week for multiple grafts along with the 30 odd variegates and dicho pups i got off Tripsis.

That along with the use of some BAP and i should have some pretty interesting genetics to spread around after summer :)

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Oh well. Whats that old saying ? nine out of ten aint bad ?

bet it was sooooooooooo much fun while it lasted.

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Wo. is this a first for this in Oz?

I have been so excited since coming back and noticing all these funky crests and monstrose coming out of the woodwork (still waiting for clone A and crested pachanoi to pop up)

will you be revealing how you came by it or are you just going to be a cocktease? :P

Clone A and the Pachanoi crest are both here B)

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Clone A and the Pachanoi crest are both here B)

u r God.

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I have a few pach crests :) beautiful beasts they are

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I'm not risking it I've already got a naughty letter for vegetable seed. you'veade me fantasize though and scour mexican nursery sites for stunners. If only.....

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