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m.bombycina

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m.bosacana

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mammi sumthing

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Stenocactus lamelosus

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Rebutia sp

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rebutia sp

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astrophytum myriostigma

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Once again, very nice Pics! Always looking forward to Mutant´s Flower pics! :)

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its awesome to be part of this community in the sense of how this community shares cacti enthousiasm

respect is due all wayz !

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very nice!

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Interesting looking soil mix for the buttons mutant though looks like its quite content.

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buttons grow way faster than most people think and rot much more difficult than most people think. Double so for caespitosa specimens.. I have left buttons exposed at the elements the whole winter and were fine, even though there can be rot in grafts and caespitosas ON the plant and between pups, not at the base...

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rebutias

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Astrophytum

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Stenocactus

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Echinocereus sp , have lost the tag for some time, I am among 3 or 4 different species, should be able to find it again

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L. diffusa

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Obregonia

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Unknown genus

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Setiechinopsis flowering at night

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That Setiechinopsis is awesome. :)

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yes it is: fast grower (2 years for flower from seed if rushed) and self-fertile, ought to be grown more, needs only a tiny pot...

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moar!

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not stalking this Mammilaria anymore, she wants to lean down..

Hildewintera CV alpha

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First time flowering, Ariocarpus trigonus.

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These flowers are awesome man, so good. I'm definitely going to have to look into trying to source some Setiechinopsis now, it blows my mind that they can produce such massive flowers comparable to their size

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Coryphantha runyonii "Violaceae"

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~Michael~

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Never thought the fragrance would be so overwhelming

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Aztekium Riterii

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Astro cv. Haku-Jo x Fukuryu

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A few recent blooms. Echinocereus scheeri v. gentryi, Mammillaria longiformis v. uberiformis, and Opuntia humifusa. I grew the Mammillaria from seed.

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~Michael~

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Forgot to throw this one in.

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~Michael~

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This is the first flower I've every had on this particular Mammillaria heyderii. It's in a small terra cotta container which is in need of a serious up-potting.

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~Michael~

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Had to have my son take this shot while I was at work. I got it as Coryphantha palmerii, but I suspect it might be a different species. It's in the same overstuffed pot as some of the other recently posted flowers. You can't actually see the plant in this photo btw, but you can see it in the background in post #15.

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~Michael~

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Taken by someone wanting to remain anonymous.

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~Michael~

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First flower of the season..

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