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Looking for all pics of Knize sourced plants! KK numbers!

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Awesome plant Sagi. Lovely.

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KK339 seedling.

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KK339 from cutting.

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KK2150 seed grown, grafted, now on its own roots.

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My 2150 looks nothing like the others in this thread - it's a nearly spineless pachanoi. Knize...

I also have a spiny 339 seedling and a spineless 339 cutting. I'll post pics when I get a minute.

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and a recent photo of someone who might be his daughter, after collecting some seeds /personal archive :wink: /:

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ohhh, I wish more cacti collectors where like his daughter.

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indeed yr kk2150 looks like another thing

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The KK numbers do not stand for a certain mother plant, but for a region. Which is why great variation has to be expected. There are many shared KK numbers and I wouldn´t be surprised of both of them were collected in the same area, but from different plants.

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Said to be KK242, from a old collector in California who obtained it 20+ years ago

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KK2152 terminus

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KK336 "T.glaucus" , seedgrown SAB, very distinct round and outward areole

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Hey guys, those are great! :) Thanks. The book is almost done now but still looking for more pics of Knize plants! I appreciate every pic you might want to donate. bye Eg

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That KK336 is one hell of a plant, those areoles are awesome! Beautiful plant sagi

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KK1689 "peruvianus v. puquiensis" from T-trich (I got these photos from him)

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And here is a cutting from that mother plant growing in my yard

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Sorry for the multiple posts, I'm on mobile atm

Here's a couple more pics of this plant from Malo that I just found on The Nook. When I first found that thread I misread and thought it was the plant in the foreground, but you can actually see it in the background of this first pic, and in the middle of the second (which appears to be an updated shot of the mother plant from my first post.

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Looking good ohlone! That first pic in ohlone's first post...the monster in front of the fence is from malo's yard. This plant is probably one of my all time favorites. Malo has or had great specimens.....not sure if he still has them. I haven't heard from him in years.....

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hey EG you said you wanted to see more

here's the original mother plant KK339, seed grown incognito, oz, received feb 2008

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