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Freakin sweet/undamged plant!

I think cereus of some sort too, black spines and blueness is unusual, although I have seen the blue in Cereus caesius

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you're right bit, it might not be C.peruvianus due to black spines both in old and new growth

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SPARE A CUT? its a cool plant indeed!

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Im having trouble just taking cuts for myself, its hard to cut up a full plant and not leave it looking cut up.

Im gunna let it settle and maybe take a few cuts around september.

I will make it known if cuts or plants are available.

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cool, its waay different to my Cereus monstosus which has suddenly put out new growth after planting it a year or more ago.. but now its not holding back , i think they just take a while to set roots and get going, yours seems semi monstrose , kinda knobbly , i likey alot. :blush:

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I found one like this at my aunt's house, pretty sure its a c. peruvianus monstrose. It's at least a meter tall! I plan on taking some cuttings the next time I'm over there, overall a very cool cactus.

She got it from her husband's brother, who got it from a coworker as a gift. He apparently hated it and tried to kill it by leaving it under a table somewhere. Its much happier now.

I'm assuming root as one normally would?

(ha)

~self

Edited by selfsufficient

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with the black spinage could this be cereus aethiops?

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I have seen this one called The knobby monstrose form but the spines look like Cereus aethiops

yeah i too was wondering about C.aethiops.

it would seem most cereus monstrose develop a similar growth pattern and we all instantly see c.peruvianus

but i'd love a piece to add to the monster collection just the same.

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very cooool!

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