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Wow $975 for that variegate, and it wasn't even "blessed" by an Inca Godess.

 

 

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Lmfao that news article bardo, Aussie tricho markets are a bubble!

 

For real though, never seen these kind of prices on european ebay, last time I saw a comparable cut it was a variegated pachanoi "Saquarema", a good sized beautiful cut, and it went for around 170€.

 

As far as hefty price tag though, right now there's these gorgeous loph crests I'm drooling over :drool2: :

 

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.it%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F173034444659

 

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.it%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F173034459540

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8 hours ago, MeanGreen said:

right now there's these gorgeous loph crests I'm drooling over :drool2: :

 

They are pretty amazing that's for sure, a real stand out. I wonder about that pink/red colour on that first one, looks different to sunburn i have seen ? maybe there was a button growing in the centre that was removed and the area that is red was newly exposed to light causing a bit of burning ? Meh i don't know but i agree they are gorgeous : )

 

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That veriegated pach crest looks perfect, I would name it yin yang

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It's a trap. You go to pickup point with your $1500 and BAM! you get mugged, tied up and sharted on. -Happens all the time to unsuspecting cashed-up lunatics like myself. 

 

It's a bad world people...

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10 hours ago, 87_botanist said:

 

that guy says he's grown that beast to that size in 7 years from a small button.

 

Seems fast. Does that seem right to those in the know?

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why do people uproot their plants before they have even sold it? just to take a photo.  annoys the shit out of me when people do that, i will never buy a plant if it's soil-less in the photo, who knows how long it's going to be sitting around with it's roots desiccating & then sit in the post too.  if you're going to post bare root plants, up-root it just before posting.. sheesh

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1 hour ago, Pseudo Mexican said:

 

that guy says he's grown that beast to that size in 7 years from a small button.

 

Seems fast. Does that seem right to those in the know?

 

Responding to myself - seems plausible if the button was already 4 years old or so:

 

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11 hours ago, Halcyon Daze said:

It's a trap. You go to pickup point with your $1500 and you get mugged, tied up and sharted on. Happens all the time to unsuspecting cashed-up lunatics.

 

+1. $1500 is an extremely ambitious price, even a third of that would be pushing it (IMO). This seems like a sketchy one.

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Hot damn! Are those even trichos? (The 3rd one I'm sure but the first two idk, the listing doesn't even say what genus they are). Sorry not linking it's cheap af right now I will try to snipe one haha.

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This seller is a gold mine, just snagged this crazy 11cm L. diffusa cv. "Big Breast" or maybe cv. "Kikko" degraft for 16 euros, areole grafts galore ahead!

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