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Flower photo heavy 2014 season

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Well this guys been flowering for months

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I thought these were dead. They've been covered in ice and snow and lots of winter nights

but I think they budding... I don't even know what they're called

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Some succulents,,

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a turbinicarpus flaviflorus

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And some extras,,

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:-)

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My mammillaria gracilis fragilis also flowered a couple times this year. Although I wasn't able to get a good picture of it.

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First flower of 2014 was also my first own-roots Loph to flower, an L. koehresii:

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And a couple grafts flowering away under fluoro's:

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Wow those Loph flowers are amazing dawnbeaver

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Woops

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My turbinicarpus lophophoroides,,

In the carport there is not quite enough light for the flower to fully open from past experience.

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So I moved it outside

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wtf first fralea asteroides flower only a few days after first copiapoa hypogea flower

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My first Fenestraria flower and a yellow fungi...

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Awesome terracotta. Coryphanta is one of my favorite genera.

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Cheers hostilis,

It's my first one, I've been watching that flower grow upwards out of the hairy top for days now, I thought I was going to miss it today at work and was about to call in sick when it opened. :P

I had just enough time for a photo before I had to leave.

I'm really digging Coryphanthas atm. I keep getting obsessed by different genera. Between these and asto/arios I have so much grafting and growing ahead of me.

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I do the same thing. Right now I'm gravitating between coryphantha, turbinicarpus, and astropytum.

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hey I didn't see this thread and opened up another. will edit it out

Stenocactus ochoterenanus

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Stenocactus multicostatus

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Stenocactus sp.

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and an unknow genus awesome flower

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Mutant, the 2nd 3rd and 4th pics there looks like spiny cupcakes

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lol you mean the cupcakes look like spineless Stenocacti. the first one is shaped the same, only so spiny you cant see the epidermis.

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hey dawn beaver that photo with the fungi is anothr thing man!

huge fenestaria, you must be doing something really good!

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