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  1. Hello, I have a whole bunch of different Trichocereus up for sale. There's bridgesii, pachanoi, peruvianus, bridgesii semi monstrose, bridgesii psycho0 and probably a lot more (not a 100% on the diffrent clones). Mostly selling cuttings but also have some in pots and would also be willing to dig up some of the pachanoi's. Prices start at $1 a cm but will sell for a lot less if you buy in bulk. I'm happy to post (at your cost) or deliver wihtin Melbourne if you're looking for larger quantities. Let me know if you're interested.
  2. Yes! As the title states, I am AUCTIONING off a Trichocereus bridgesii monstrose crest graft that I have. Sadly I am dead broke and need le cash money to... Well, to live. So this is the little guy right here..... And I've decided to let you guys fight over it..... The AUCTION ends.... let's say.... Wednesday 14th at 8PM Melbourne Time! So tell your kids, tell your wife and tell your husband and LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!!!!!!!!
  3. Recent gardening efforts have prompted me to question what some of these trich sitting around in the yard actually are? I know a few names as far as sp. are concerned, but I'll admit I'm not the best with ID. Do these look like known var or are they just random hybrids? 1. labeled as peruvianus, the two either side were sold as "Psycho0" bridgesii 2. One of my favorites. 3. 4. 5. 6. Two more bridgesii who need repotting. 7. Pach who needs re-potting. 8. Pach who finally got some attention and was repotted 9. labeled as short spined peruvianus but I'm thinking something else. 10. Semi monstrose or just one to many slug battles, what do you think? 11. Edit: deleted my maybe ID's, look forward to hearing yours.
  4. Hello hello everyone! I've muved house and in the process consolidated a lot of my cacti from various other places where I've munaged to leave them behind/neglect them/forget about them. And because of that I've run out of room! So I'm selling some cacti, you dig? All bare-rooted as you can see, duh. Prices are exclusive of postage. And of course I'm opening to bartering/trading/offers-too-good-to-refuse-or-lose-toes-one-envelope-at-a-time-for. Just post the # cactus you want to claim here in the thread so everyones aware who's got dibs on what - I'll update the main post to reflect availability as well. I live in the Melbourne area so I can also meet you somewhere around the northern burbs.. PM for more info if ya need #1 T. cuzcoensis (Gnosis) SOLD #2 T. cuzcoensis (Gnosis) SOLD #3 T. cuzcoensis (Gnosis) SOLD #4 T. bridgesii $45 #5 T. bridgesii SOLD #6 T. bridgesii SOLD #7 T. bridgesii (Bendigo Bridge) $40 #8 T. bridgesii (Bendigo Bridge) $15 #9 T. bridgesii (Psycho0) $45 #10 T. spp (Yowie) $50 #11 T. bridgesii (Bendigo Bridge) $30 #12 T. spp (Yowie) $30 #13 T. bridgesii (Bendigo Bridge) $40 #14 T. bridgesii $25 #15 T. cuzcoensis (Gnosis) $55 #16 T. bridgesii (Bendigo Bridge) $25 #17 T. spp (Yowie) $30 #18 T. spp (Yowie) $15 #19 T. bridgesii (Bendigo Bridge) $15 #20 T. bridgesii (Bendigo Bridge) $25 thats all folks.
  5. I went to another local nursery today and was surprised by the amount freaks they sold, had a bunch of grafted crests and variegated columnars as well as some massive TBMs... I searched around online to try and find some answers but everything seems pretty confusing and people seem to mix A and B up. I was told A is the long type and B is the short multiple branching TBM, correct me if I'm wrong. My question is this, does a TBM 'obese' version exist or are they just selling very fat clone B pups as this? They were larger than any I have ever seen personally, small football sized almost.... I held off on picking one up since I was a bit suspicious and they were a bit pricey, I wish I had snagged a picture. Going back next week to see some larger cacti they get in Monday so I'll take some pictures then. I did happen to snag a nice sized TBM clone B for $5 that had 5 segments just because a couple of blemishes There were also 2 massive TBMs (clone A I think?) for $100 each that had between 3-5 large segments, I thought they were well worth it for the size but didn't have $ so I'll get a picture of those too and see what type everyone thinks they are.
  6. A quick question... May seem very cactus noob of me, but that is sort of exactly what I am so. Does the TBM or any other monstrose forming cactus flower? Or is that generally the issue, they are mutant thus lose sexual organs or become sterile. Like the Liger...
  7. Ambient

    WA Cactus Clear-out

    One of my mates is getting rid of a large portion of their ornamental cacti collection, many trichocereus sp. and a few others. For local pickup, cacti come with their pots and soil. For interstate, cacti will be sent bare rooted without pots or soil and postage is unfortunately not available to Tasmania due to quarantine. [Edit: all sold]
  8. hebrew

    Bulk cactus sale

    hi, i need to move some cactus. Bulk purchase 10 ft of the following cacti T. Bridgesii: Psycho0 Super Pedro: big fat cuts will be taken from the mother plant Yowie pyscho and yowie can come with roots, take whole plant out of the ground: cost may vary if including roots as quanity of cactus will be considerbly more. $250 for 10 feet pick up only in western subrubs of melbourne All plants are grown in ground, fat healthy and mature. Pm for further info, if no interest on ebay they go.
  9. Got some seeds of these in a trade a while back from EG I think (thanks!) Recently a tiny seedling I grafted to a pach stock has put out large spines and new growth. I am interested in seeing pictures of plants grown from KK920 seed, as I can only find the one pic that is from KKs website. I know with Knize he could have sent out any random seed as KK920 but still interested to see what people have gotten under this label.
  10. Hello All, just testing to see how I can post pics on here ! I am new to this forum, and I am enjoying all the pics and the discussions. Bridgesii seedlings growing in a polystyrene coffee cup in proagating sand, approx 3 months old. Are they ready for sowing out yet ? Cheers, Swiper.