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Surprisingly haven't knocked down any of the tables full of stuff yet, but I am also mindful of the hose when I water and have a pattern I follow to keep it from getting stuck. I think all the weight keeps them pretty sturdy too as long as they are built nicely.. Did have a bunch of tables stacked 2 blocks high all domino over after a heavy rain, I rebuilt all the tables only 1 block high after that lol

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Turbinicarpus lophophoroides pupping after degrafting the scion.

 

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:wub: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^:wub:

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SG werd variegated ( the grafted butt of the variegated one i have) 

 

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Op seed collected from a peru at Dawson's

Im pretty confident it has a terscheckii or pasacana as the father. It is very fat for under lights

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All your pics are looking great Master B! It seems the terscheckii crosses throw a lot of variegates. Maybe a tpm x terscheckii or reverse would have interesting results.

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Love your thinking mate!!! 

Tpm x terscheckii or reverse would be bloody awesome.

 

 

 

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These were all grafted towards the end of last summer 

 

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opuntia as stock -> opuntia monacantha monstrose variegata as scion 

 

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Grafted some buttons into massive cereus stocks. I'm interested to see what will happen...

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^^that should be fun to watch 

 

I remember seeing some of Werts grafts around here this time last year, there was one in particular that he grafted to a scop of similar fattness to your cereus, possibly a little taller, anyways im not sure how old it was, but the scion looked more like a soccer ball than a loph. So im pretty sure big fat stock is a great idea :)

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A member here donated this stock... Its nearly 30cm in diameter.... ive still got plenty more of it to experiment with...

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Some of Zellys seed grown buttons 

 

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Update on the rhipsalidopsis stock. the two arios are growing, they have taken over some peres ario grafts. Alot of arios seem to stall on peres for me? im thinking of trying some larger bits of 

rhipsalidopsis. the zygo doesnt seem to be coping well with current contitions but rhips is doing good. the arios are random hybrid seed so i cant tell if they are growing true to form but i suspect they are. 20161120_154222.jpg

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some grafts

some are from last summer and some are recent

 

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Been very busy Spooge, nice work!

 

Got this seed as werdermannianus (sth africa). This graft is looking nice!

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Chalaensis x tpm

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One of my favourite plants atm, Copiapoa quasimodo crest on spachianus, grafted last summer as a 20c size little crest, its now fist size.

 

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Some grafts

Sown 15/2/17 seed from ethereal drifter, yoowwwww

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Dawson's Tersheckii x OP

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pach x Anna



Sown 26/1/17 seed from bogfrog :)

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Juul's x TPQC
 

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I am not a huge fan of needless grafts, but I have a quite rare plant, Toumeya papyracantha cristata which I bought grafted, T. papyracantha is very difficult on its own roots and cristates are routinely grafted.  But since it came out of its winter quarters it showed no signs of any activity - so I cut it off its stock, inside it was brown and hard, clearly dying, but some of the peripheral parts were green and moist inside, so I attempted to regraft some of it.  A large and a small piece went onto Myrtillocactus geometrizans stock.   After two weeks the bands have come off and they are still in place. So here´s hoping.  I wonder when I might see some growth if they are going to survive.

 

 

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Managed to do a few grafts before packing a bag and heading bush...

 

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LW 'Texana' - 22/3/18

 

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Rosei #1 x T Scop - 23/3/18

 

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Tersch x Tersch - into humidity box, 18/3/18

 

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LW 'Jourdaniana' - 18/3/18 - as the next photo

 

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The 3 I did 18/3/18. They look ugly as fuck but they've taken and aready feeling quite firm

 

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Did this graft early feb. Has 8 pups already and it's only 20mm~ in diameter. Crazy

 

Back to the grind..

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