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Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

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On ‎14‎/‎06‎/‎2017 at 0:52 AM, Skellum said:

  ^ All your plants are unreal bardo,
       I particularly like this one, its a sausage clone too isn't it?

       Fkn gorgeous mate - I have a soft spot for sausages.

Lol, Thanks Skellum, yeh it terminates and grows like a sausage, this is one of 3 plants I got awhile ago and the fellow said they were grown from a wild seed harvest, I should have ask for more info like what region etc.

All 3 are peruvianus type plants but look distinctly different.

Hoping to propagate more of all 3 when the warm weather returns.

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My triple header sausage clone, displaying excellent morphology:
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^ This is my sausage  -  I was under the impression it is actually a clone, not seedgrown. If I recall the sausage mother plant is at Fields Farm.
  Check it out man, it terminated then instead of shooting a single pup, it shot 3  :)

That's interesting that you have a seed grown specimen that is displaying sausage like morphology too.

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21 hours ago, Skellum said:


^ This is my sausage  -  I was under the impression it is actually a clone, not seedgrown. If I recall the sausage mother plant is at Fields Farm.
  Check it out man, it terminated then instead of shooting a single pup, it shot 3  :)

That's interesting that you have a seed grown specimen that is displaying sausage like morphology too.

Shit I thought those pups were coming from a cut not the tip, I haven't seen that before that's awesome : )

Yeh I believe the clone 'sausage' is from Fields farm.

I put the pic of that peru here because I thought it was cool how it does the sausage thing but is not a sausage clone and as far as I know the seeds it was grown from was collected from the wild somewhere from South America, I have never seen another one quite like it so it is fairly special to me, I hope it is a persistent trait in this plant and hopefully I can get a heap of them cranking after the cold weather, want to propagate the shit out of it.

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These cacti I recieved from godless in the mail today. They are immediately shining for me from the GETGO!:
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This is the way cacti should be traded, rooted and established  :)  shipping was astonishly cheap too for how heavy the box was. I'm stoked!
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I'm particularly excited about the Mildura Bridgesii, there ain't much of it around. Lost to sacrament.
godless is propogating it, so hopefully in the future it will become a more commonly seen & available clone for the Australian public.
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@godless endless appreciation mate! 
YOU LIKE A FKN MOTHER TO ME MATE!  :wub:

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Awesome plants, they look great Skellum : )

Thunder horse that 2l terbo is a ripper, very impressive : )

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ive got about 22 with minimum 12 month root systems that are earmarked for planting (Mildura bridgesii) but I could be persuaded to part with a few.

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BK09509.2 – Huachuma de Chavin, got a soft spot for this one, near every time I walk past it I pause for a bit to take it in : )

 

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this one 2017-06-22 11.10.10.jpg, the fattest one ... was a present for my bro but ended up getting him a bigger fatter one after struggling with the logistics of postage until the grower agreed to post one to him :3 

that's why it was labelled bro and it's looking really2017-06-22 11.10.19.jpg nice now I've brought it out of the huddle on the patio...

 

here's some girth comparison shots with a pen2017-06-22 11.10.01.jpg, another terscheckii and a scop2017-06-22 11.10.40.jpg

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Faaarrrkkk Beaver, that's excessive! Incredible! What's the circumference now?

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:o holy shit beaver that is a thing of glory, a sight to behold :worship:

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Make sure to let us know when it gets it's own moon orbiting it, can't be far off... It kinda looks like the Death Star....

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Pachanoi "huarazensis" basking in the sun. :drool2:

 

 

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Santaensis Mancos is shinning today. 6 month old, grafted on peres. 

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2 hours ago, dawnbeaver said:

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That thing bigger than Yo mama!

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If this thing falls on your leg, arm or skull it will fracture it in multiple places

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