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Halcyon Daze

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  1. Halcyon Daze

    Alternative Bottle For Bottle Tek

    Depends on the dimensions of the box I guess, but I've found it really beneficial to pack them into something where they're held neatly together saving space and won't fall over etc. Any box would do, but styro just has that nice insulative quality to it. I've recently found some really large and thick styro boxes available for free out the back of a local pet shop. They ship live fish in from overseas. Best styro boxes ever ! Can't wait to try out these square bottles.
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    Alternative Bottle For Bottle Tek

    Love it, I'll have to go find some, the square shape is brilliant too. I wonder if you could neatly fit say 10 in a styro box
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    Meet up: Ipswich

    Im always keen but don't know my schedule yet.
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    Can't be a Custard fan and not a Bluey fan LOL
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    Trichocereus Pachanoi Seedling Over Winter

    Maybe try putting them in a big plastic tub and put it somewhere sheltered out of too much cold or full sun. Let the pots dry up. The seedlings will go months without water in winter.
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    Meet up: Ipswich

    Looks like I'll be able to do this one :) :) :)
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    Honestly can't get enough of this track lately
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    T. peruvianus "Matucana spineless"

    From memory, the trichos in that area were spiky Peruviana type plants, and any spineless trichos were probably brought in from elsewhere. The spineless clones really get around in South America as they are the more garden friendly types, often seen in the gardens and villages and towns. Their other traits could be anything at all. Cuttings end up miles away from thier original range and end up being cross pollinated by whatever's growing wild in their new area. All the spineless Matuc's I grew came out with spines. Nice plants but I figured they were all pretty much hybrids with who knows what. People selling seeds aren't very scientific IME.
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