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Micheal says thT this one is the same clone as mine but that mine grows long spines cause of heat and sun....

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Cresty.. Maybe a mamm?

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Freaky.. Maybe a sulco?

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It only flowers from the base.. Which is odd enough, then consider the fact that its still winter, night time temps around 1-2degrees at my place.

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I also found heaps of seed pods full of viable seeds around the soil level and several self-seeded babies :)

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Pink variegated T. Scopulicola x T. Spachianus:

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bit too young too tell bogfrog i think

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These seeds are throwing like 95% variegates and albinos.. Honestly.

Most of them die very young because they cant produce chlorophyll.

The seeds were exposed to extreme cold while ripening, I think it fucked them somehow.

Most just look like this grafted one

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very interesting, naja places seedlings into freezer, ala Auxin cactus torture tek. sets alarm :P

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Shes looking a lil different. Never uniform

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very interesting, naja places seedlings into freezer, ala Auxin cactus torture tek. sets alarm :P

Soo... Did you remember to take them out again lol?

I think I still have a few of those T. Scopulicola x T. Spachianus seeds if you wanna have a look for youself at the weird things they do.

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Dayyyyym... Nice first post!

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Thanks nice to get on here finally....

Thinking some of us are on the Tricho FB page as well =D

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Yep yep ;)

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I think I still have a few of those T. Scopulicola x T. Spachianus seeds if you wanna have a look for youself at the weird things they do.

I must have had the same seed , 100% albinos, but i lost most of them cos had no peres for grafting , i managed to graft one only and have a few stunted ones struggling on their own roots if they make it through the cold i will graft this coming season.

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From me?

They are pretty odd-ball eh.

I don't understand it, but they do graft well.

I had probably around 100 albino seedlings which I had to watch die one by one because I had no peres :(

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Nice!

I think the T. spachianus is responsible for the variegation and albino traits - I got some open pollinated Roseii #1 seed and some look like spachainus, and most of the lot were variegated or albino - the Roseii was nearby a large spachainus stand..

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Clone b pach ?

Since when was there a clone a & b in pachs

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Sacred succulents lists a clone a and b crest for Pach. They have a listed as having short columns with a fanned crest while b tends to be brain or coral shaped and stay low, generally not having a column at all.

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Sacred succulents lists a clone a and b crest for Pach. They have a listed as having short columns with a fanned crest while b tends to be brain or coral shaped and stay low, generally not having a column at all.

thats interesting i wonder what mine are i have one in particular that seems different to the rest of em

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Some freaky little critters at my place:

Weird lw from mixed seed:

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TPQC x TPM (or it maybe the reverse, I always forget):

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SS01 x TPM:

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Parting gift from my ex, lophocereus schottii monstrose:

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..spring, you trickster you, hurry up!

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A nice new addition to show you all, Cereus something monstrose/cristate. I have not seen one like this before, I have a few monstrose Cereus which grow tall knobbly columns & I have a cristate Cereus which stays short & think & almost looks melted. Any this one stands at 160cm & is a BEAUTIFUL cactus despite being a huge pain in the ass to pot up by myself, here are some photos.

A group photo, show the size of this Cereus (it is at the back on the left hand side)

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By it self

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A couple of closer photos

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Here is another of my little gems, I grafted this little L.koehresii on the 2/1/13 as a seedling. When I did the graft it was half red & half pale green (perfectly split down the middle by the two colours), it has turned into a lovely specimen.

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Thanks for looking

Cheere

Jox

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(SS02 x SS01) x (SS02 x SS01)

variegated monstrose

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Nice! Can't wait to see updates of that one when it puts on some size.

Cheers

Jox

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