Jump to content
The Corroboree


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About T-trich

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Gender

Previous Fields

  • Climate or location

Recent Profile Visitors

619 profile views
  1. 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.....
  2. T-trich

    "Spineless bridgesii"

    Ok, I went out today and took some pics to post... This is a cutting from the same plant that ohlone posted to start the thread that I purchased as a cross between a bridgesii and pachanoi. One of the offsets off a rooted log is starting to throw some spines.....they remind me of newer growth on an SS02? this one shows the typical growth that was in Ohlone's original pic... This one show some basal pups... This one shows an offset with spines starting.... This set of pics is from a similar plant that I purchased from a local nursery without a label, but he believed it was some form of bridgesii....needs some TLC! Spine... I think that have one more that came from the same batch of seed according to the original owner. I will look for it today and post tomorrow. I also have a single spine bridgesii from the same nursery that has much more typical bridgesii growth. I will post pics of that one also...
  3. T-trich

    "Spineless bridgesii"

    Hello all, I didn't realize this was being discussed until another member pointed it out to me the other day. I have been in the process of moving and have not checked back in a while. Thanks ohlone for the great specimens! I can tell you that it was seed grown as a cross between bridgesii x pach (as reported from the original owner that I got it from). The same seed batch produced two very different looking clones. I will take pics of both clones, new growth, and a very similar plant purchased at a local cactus nursery tomorrow to post. This clone is very different from the knuth. I have from SS., and ohlone's observations are spot on...
  4. T-trich

    ID Help

    Solaritea, I would love to see more pics of your plant....
  5. T-trich

    ID Help

    Thanks Evil Genius.....guess time will tell.
  6. T-trich

    Trichocereus sp.

    Thanks everyone for the help. I had my doubts about the Trichocereus sp. label. Thanks Solaritea for the update.....
  7. T-trich

    ID Help

    Thanks Thunder Horse....hoping its a Trichocereus litoralis. I guess I will have to wait for some flowers. That is a beautiful plant Solaritea.....one of my favorites. Also, thanks to everyone else for the input and help.
  8. T-trich

    Zelly is in the hospital

    Glad to hear that Zelly is doing better! I won A LOT of seeds from him and even a few cuttings from an online auction site. He was always a really nice person to deal with and a straight shooter. Best wishes and a speedy recovery.
  9. T-trich

    ID Help

    I agree......it does look similar. Thanks for the link.
  10. T-trich

    ID Help

    Originally I passed right by it.....didn't grab my attention. On the way out I noticed it and really liked its aesthetics!
  11. T-trich

    ID Help

    Got this guy the other day unlabeled and was curious on your thoughts.... It is about 76cm tall and 11cm diameter at the base. Thanks for all of your help, again.
  12. T-trich

    How to recognize a Trichocereus validus

    Here is a link to an ID question for the monsters at Poots......more pics of them as well. http://www.shaman-australis.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=38750
  13. T-trich

    How to recognize a Trichocereus validus

    I often have wondered about that Solaritea myself......
  14. T-trich

    Trichocereus sp.

    Thanks Again Evil Genius......
  15. T-trich

    Fertilizer Question

    Thank you...