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Trichocereus Peruvianus "Clime"

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:):)

 

I've dicided to give this particular monstrose growing 'sharxx blue x tpm' hybrid a name, for I'm about to release some cloned cuttings and grafts soon ..There'll be other monstrose hybrids with same parentage and it's a way to distinguish, naming ..

 

A great big THANK YOU  to @nitrogen for the amzing personality he is and his visionary approach hybridizing these plants!

 

So.. without further ado.. intoducing "Clime"..

 

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I'll add more photos as this plant developes further.

It's very blue obviously, short spines, peruvian look.. when normal:lol:

It's a  keeper and It'll be very interesting to see pictures from outdoor plants .

 

cheers

B.

 

 

 

 

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That's a really nice one. The way it's munting looks almost like a melted wax bridgesii.

I'll show you my favourite from this same lot of seeds next post.

I too thank Nitrogen, others would have sold these seeds for a mint.

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Stunning specimens : )

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Nice cross, nice clone, nice pix.

 

What's with the name Clime? Is that a person's name? 

 

Don't suppose it refers to a 'geographical area of similar climate'...

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1 hour ago, Halcyon Daze said:

 

What's with the name Clime? Is that a person's name? 

 

Don't suppose it refers to a 'geographical area of similar climate'...

 

 

:wub: a beautiful mystery it is ..

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22 hours ago, mysubtleascention said:

:):)

 

I've dicided to give this particular monstrose growing 'sharxx blue x tpm' hybrid a name, for I'm about to release some cloned cuttings and grafts soon ..There'll be other monstose hybrids with same parentage and it's a way to distinguish, naming ..

 

A great big THANK YOU  to @nitrogen for the amzing personality he is and his visionary approach hybridizing these plants!

 

So.. without further ado.. intoducing "Clime"..

 

SAM_2043.thumb.JPG.59df0f92a3167b4ad33a5e2c2fca25d4.JPGSAM_2040.thumb.JPG.02f2f7b175c7a31be97627d1bfed4c79.JPGSAM_2041.thumb.JPG.af29bcd2bb6433711c624e4e50ffb0e8.JPGSAM_2044.thumb.JPG.9ed5bd5f133c73df6f5ce23c8b0da0d6.JPGSAM_2045.thumb.JPG.704fef8c499e0ba4f02fd63e2f392093.JPGSAM_2046.thumb.JPG.8705812f0eeae2704ed2fef8e6622a07.JPG

 

 

I'll add more photos as this plant developes further.

It's very blue obviously, short spines, peruvian look.. when normal:lol:

It's a  keeper and It'll be very interesting to see pictures from outdoor plants .

 

cheers

B.

 

 

 

 

 

I've gotten a few monster specimens off of this cross as well. Some of which I have already dispersed on ebay and the like... unnamed. Those specimens may never be named as they circulate and as such.... many may find themselves getting two or three of the same exact cultivar thinking they are getting something different.

 

To name or not to name... that is always the question, but once done I believe it is an excellent way of keeping track of a specimen and ensuring one does not buy duplicates of the same.

 

Excellent specimen by the way!

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