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First one is  terscheckii 361 x peruvians "Jessica" and the same terscheckii x pc.

The second one has a lot of potential with the mottled variegation all over.

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Ferobergia, has been through a lot, spines broken and all, but its now kicking back! 

 

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Trichocereus pachanoi crest 

 

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Two different types of myrtillocactus crest 

 

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breast wrinkles, beautiful and vein like

 

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Monvillea spegazzini 

 

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Pilosocereus sp

 

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Stenocereus marginatus 

 

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Stetsonia coryne 

 

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Pachycereus sp 

 

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Eulychnia castanea 

 

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Pilosocereus sp 

 

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Trichocereus sp. 

 

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bridgesii crest 

 

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^^^Mate you have a great variety of crests! That stetsonia will be a killer plant.

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37 minutes ago, nrivers said:

^^^Mate you have a great variety of crests! That stetsonia will be a killer plant.

yeah I have been trying to focus on that, much more interesting than growing a bunch of similar tricho columns with fancy names! 

(still I am excited to grow some cool crosses like scop x bridgesii that I obtained in a trade as seedlings) 

 

Stetsonia was pretty expensive (got two) and its very slow growing. I will probably attempt my first cutting next year

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Some seed grown weirdos for you guys.

 

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This one seems to be tearing itself apart, high hopes for it. 

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Monstrose pach getting funkier. Looking much less anus like now. This one seems to be different different than any of my altmans tpm. I'm looking forward to seeing what could come of this

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Funky tpm slowing it's weird anus like tip growth and pushing out basal pups.

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A couple different seed grown T. pachanoi monstrose X SS02

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melted wax

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A monstrose kalancho

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Whiora x Roseii 2 .... there were a few like this in the seeds i put down, heaps of variegates as well.

 

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scop x red grandi

 

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TBM

 

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Funky Lotusland 

 

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Peuvian/cuzco? monstrose

 

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Echinopsis Crest... very high hopes for the progeny when this fellow flowers x with a scop or terscheckii?

 

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Scop.

Here is a myrtillocactus crest that I grafted a while back, getting a nice blue and starting to take off!

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Very nice mate.

And a nice tidy graft!

Let me know if you ever want to trade an offset??

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Will be propagating it more this grow season and will let you know.

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Psycho0 x tpm

 

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chalaensis x tpm

 

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chalaensis x tpm seedlings

 

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pachanoi monstrose crest from cuzco

 

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terscheckii x pc

 

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tbm

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On 04/07/2016 at 6:07 AM, sagiXsagi said:

ey, I had a couple IPAs today but feeling very garden today.. 

 

this bugger,

nice!!

would love to get my hands on some chalaensis x tpm seed!! where did they come from?????

 

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@doublebenno - Sacred Succulents in the US have Chalaensis X TPM. I got some a while ago but so far none of mine have shown monstrose traits. I just grafted some a couple of weeks ago though so we'll see. Ordering from SS is a bit annoying, but well worth it if you want seeds with TPM in the mix. 

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20 minutes ago, zed240 said:

@doublebenno - Sacred Succulents in the US have Chalaensis X TPM. I got some a while ago but so far none of mine have shown monstrose traits. I just grafted some a couple of weeks ago though so we'll see. Ordering from SS is a bit annoying, but well worth it if you want seeds with TPM in the mix. 

Thanks @zed240 -A good dude just recently got me copies of the catalogues- I do plan on an order soon :-) cheers!

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Later this yr I will offer TPM x scop, TPM x Mystery & peru Bonny x TPM & may do a sab member only conditional giveaway

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21 hours ago, doublebenno said:

Thanks @zed240 -A good dude just recently got me copies of the catalogues- I do plan on an order soon :-) cheers!

@doublebenno bro, please let me know when you're going to do an order with ss, I'm well keen to get some seeds from them but don't have a catalogue. I'd appreciate tagging an order on to yours...

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