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Whole cactus collection must go

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**SOLD** pending payment

 

Heyaas, it's time for me to part with a wonderful collection that has brought me much joy over the years:

 

- Massive scop in the ground flowers yearly.

- Massive Eileen been in the ground 10+ years.

- Kai stand in the ground (5 years) with minimum 8 columns

- At least 2.5m single column Psycho0. fkn beast.

- 3 column J18 about 260cm.

- Old Mike (WA) with a 100cm and 60cm column.

- Easy over a metre and fat as Capel pach.

- 1m or so thin Yowie

- double header with 2 50cm+ columns of Peru Sausage. melting at the top.

- 90cm pachanoi Booyah

- 80cm+ MisVal x Lumberjack

- New Zealand pach (Church Hill??)

- 60cm fat Rosei 2

- 50cm+ Matucana pach

- 50cm Sina bridge (cutting)

- 50cm+ Cliff bridge

- 50cm+ SG red spined peru

- 50cm+ Yowie x Psycho0

- Legendary Matucana Pachanoi OP with 3 columns 20-30cm each

- Awesome spiny cuzcoensis with 2 x 30cm columns

- 2 column Fields macro with about 60cm total growth

- A big old TBM with at leasssst 50 segments.

- A little old TBM with about 15 segements.

- Couple more TBMs

- Untidy largeish potted eileen and psycho0.

- Grafted Fields validus that came to me in shocking condition but has put on good growth this season and looks like medieval weaponry. Very scarred on older growth.

 

And then potted under 50cm:

- yoda x melted wax

- medicine man x wowie

- Helon

- Huanucoensis x bridgessii

- Rod x Cliff

- Short Spined bridge x Fields pach

- Torres & Torres x Jessica

- SS02 x SS01

- Scop x Zelly

- Juuls Giant x huanucoensis

- Bridge Ben

- Bridge bendigo

- TPM x TPMQ

- Grafted taquimbalensis OP

- Little Endorfinder that needs some love

- Matucana peruvianus

- Oscar x Olivia

- Juuls x ss02

- A couple of Nat's seedgrown bridges.

- One x Chavin seedling (!!)

- A dozen or so others I've forgotten or lost labels for.

 

Many have heavy scarring after being left alone for years at a time. Some have had fungal conditions they were treated with mancozeb for. Some are cosmetically perfect. All are actively growing. No new plants introduced to the collection for 14 months.

 

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If you decide to split, I'd love to take the SASS - South Australia Short Spined and ABG werdermannianus! Maybe the Trichocereus terscheckii "Snake" too? And no doubts others...

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If I get enough interest in breaking it up I'll hold those for ya. Few pups on SASSy so should be able to get you a cutting at least.

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Thanks mate. Whats the crest you've got a photo of?

 

Is there a photo of the werdermannianus  in those photos you've taken?

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the crest is just one of the sharxx x tpm seedgrowns

 

the werd is a bit of a roughie i'll try grab a pic tomz

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Missed out, but congrats on the sale. Been there before and I know how much easier it is to just part ways with everything in a single go.

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13 hours ago, tripsis said:

Missed out, but congrats on the sale. Been there before and I know how much easier it is to just part ways with everything in a single go.

 

Thank u!! And nah I worked out a deal to break it up a bit. A SASSY is aside for you mate. Would you like a pup or the rooted stump? PM me :)

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Unfortunately when I checked the "ABG werd" label, it was actually an old Koehres seedgrown pach :wacko:  Got no idea where my Werd went, but it is nowhere to be found.

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Ah, thank you! Really appreciate it. I'll PM you.

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