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  1. Juuls x Lumberjack and SS0201 F2
  2. Lumberjack x Juuls You can really see the Lumberjack traits in those spines!
  3. Yes, I have a few non-pc pach's with buds so I am very hopeful this year! Please hold the following seeds for me - funds have been sent - I gotta go to work will send a PM tonight. Thanks! Z002 Psycho0 X Yowie $5 Z018 scopulicola X Hahn pachanoi $3 Z022 "Roy" pachanoi X Fields pachanoi $3 Z023 "Roy" pachanoi X Super Pedro $3 Z032 Hahn pachanoi X Fields pachanoi $5 Z049 Scop X SA SS Tersch $5 Z050 Scop (Heynes) X "Roy" pachanoi $3 Z052 Scop (Heynes) X Scop (Hillside) $5 Z053 Scop (Hillside) X Fields pachanoi $3 Z054 Scop X (Juul's Giant X Scop) $3 Z055 Scop (worm) X Helen (Secret Garden) $3 Z056 Scop (worm) X Scop (Heynes) $5 Z057 Scop (Zed's) X "Roy" pachanoi $3 Z058 Scop (Zed's) X Fields pachanoi $3 Z059 Scop (Zed's) X Scop (Hulk) $5 Z060 scop (Zed's) X Super Pedro $3 Z064 Super Pedro X Hahn pach $3 Z067 Super Pedro X SA SS Tersch $5
  4. zelly Senior Citizen No Doubt Russia Interfered in Zelly's post - details will be released soon!
  5. No Doubt Russia Interfered with zelly's link - details to be released soon!
  6. EG told me that a professional editor is reviewing the book, and the process is taking much more time than he anticipated. It is very important to EG that the book is of the highest quality so he did not want to rush the project. I am sure he will give us an update soon
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    Fastest Growing Pachanoi

    60m a year - that's gotta be a record! Pics Please!
  8. Misplant Garden Tour on Youtube! Misplant Reverse Pollination on Youtube!
  9. SS0201 x SS0201 - an F2 hybrid of one of Sacred Succulents Juuls x SS0201 - 2 pics showing variation between two seedlings
  10. TPM x N1 over 30cm Psycho0 x Paradeyes 28cm
  11. AZS

    Serra blue?

    SS02 x Serra Blue grown from SS seeds This top cut is just beginning to root - it grew to about half a meter in three years from seed
  12. AZS

    Bridgesii "Reynolds"

    It's a nice, unique clone - take a look at misplant.net under the "Leyenda" clone photos - there is a "Reynolds" bridge in the flowering pic of Leyenda I will take a few more photos soon to show its details
  13. Thanks Master B Here's a few more Juuls Open Juuls-x-Lumberjack Kimnach Open
  14. Huarazensis-x-Scopulicola Lumberjack-x-Juuls
  15. My SS02 split and went four ribbed a few months ago. I hope it stays this way!
  16. Don't read this if you are easily upset by cactus abuse I don't remember exactly how these two Saguaro seedlings became "un-potted" but they have managed to hold on to life in spite of my gross neglect. These seedlings have not been in soil or had any water for over 1 Year! They were in a sort of "suspended growth" state, under 30% shade cloth and have just become grossly dehydrated. Today, I was cleaning up the area and decided to do an experiment to see how long it would take to "bring them back" if I can. I potted these two up and gave some water just to settle the soil. I will provide occasional updates with the results.
  17. TPN - Trichocereus Peruvianus Nitrose
  18. This PC has never flowered in 15 years. Then, a few stems fell over and broke off. I left them un-rooted all winter before finally rooting them in the spring. Now they are blooming like crazy! ... even got a few pollinated
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    Carnegia Gigantea (Saguaro) grafting

    I don't graft my Saguaro seedlings - I just put them in cups for a couple years and then into 1 gal pots. Some local growers have successfully rooted grafts, and even arm cuttings! Their advice is to be patient and not over water them. Also provide enough light for energy during the process.
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    Carnegia Gigantea (Saguaro) grafting

    Carnegiea is a monotypic genus, an unusual case where the genus and single species Carnegiea gigantea ("Saguaro") are one and the same.
  21. AZS

    Hello from New Mexico

    b, Hello from Arizona and welcome! My SS02 decided to go 4 ribbed - thought you might like to see it! ...Show us some of your pics!
  22. I have a few specimens which may (visually) demonstrate some of the confusion regarding the identities of these cacti in southern Bolivia and northern Argentina. It may be that Bolivian cacti are much more diverse in appearance, and possibly genetics, than was previously thought. These two photos show plants that look similar to zelly's which were sourced from Bolivian seed and provided to me by an old time cactus collector. These were labeled as: T. Werdermannianus Below is a Bolivian "Terscheckii" from Succseed which looks less spiny than the "Werdermannianus" Now a "typical" Terscheckii from northern Argentina, from seed collected at Valle Fértil, San Juan Province, Argentina. Below: Two examples of SS seed grown "Werdermannianus"
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    Vines & Climbers / Shade Plants

    Here is an older photo - it's at least 3x larger now and flowering every day with dozens of blooms. I will try to get a new pic up soon. Phoenix, AZ - yes it survives the heat