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#1 Posted : 3/3/2020 11:51:52 PM

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Figured I would start my lil garden thread here. Spring is OTW, and I have A LOT to do. Winter is coming to a close and everything looks battle hardened right now. Im still trying to figure out the picture formatting thing here so bare with me if I mess that up lol.

1. Heres a side view of *most* of my cacti. I got more.


2.Forgot what these are called. Oxalis I think? eehhh


3.Kalanchoe in the crevices of cement. Will grow ANYWHERE!! (i hate these things)


4.IDR what this is called either. Pretty though. Can withstand my winter.


5.Some azaleas in my backyard. Huge bush full of these flowers right now.


6. Terrible picture of my blueberries in bloom. lol


7.Some aloe


8. More Kalanchoe, this one is flowering actually.


9.Some reishis that I grew indoors, and then buried in my garden. Fruiting!


10. guatama


11. Some PC logs.


12. Kratom defoliated ;__;


13. Some loquats I grew from seed.


14. B. caapi, I wont go into detail why it looks bad right now, but its still alive <3



15. Acacia confusa



16. D. cab.(chaliponga) surviving winter, and a kava in the background looking wilty.


17. My first cactus from a few years ago. PCs.


18. C. edulis surviving winter outside. Going to work on cloning this, this year.


19. Mimosa hostilis with some new nodes coming in!


20. My baby Acacia simplex greeting me with love.


Ok that is all for now. If you made it this far, I love you, and thank you. I hope you enjoy this for right now. I have A LOT more to come in the future. <3
 

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What a green thumb! Love the cacti room. Some cool looking cactus in there 🌵
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#3 Posted : 3/7/2020 5:39:16 PM

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So I decided to grab a few clones from my garden today, so I can multiply all my stuff. These were the good sized/more mature specimen I have at the moment. Most everything else is a bit too small to clone right now.

Here is a T. peruvianus, no cultivar.


Here is a T. pachanoi, also no cultivar etc..


This is a huarazensis x psycho0 hybrid


Here is a T. peruvianus 'california catepillar'


This is an SS02 x TPM(idk if pach or peru monstrose, but I wanna say pach.)


This is semi monstrose pachanoi. He a big chonky fella
 
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#4 Posted : 3/7/2020 7:41:22 PM

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Cool garden!

Are you greenhouses frost-free? In particular, has your D. cabrerana seen freezing temps?
 
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Loved the pics, what a fantastic garden you have.

Pic 16 top left, that (four sided?) bridge-oid Trich is looking etiolated! Increase light or lower temperatures!
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#7 Posted : 3/8/2020 6:30:47 AM

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Incredible collection!

How long have you been tending to your garden?

You're inspiring me to make a start. Perhaps a little san Pedro cactus or something. Any advices for a first time plant?
 
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#8 Posted : 3/8/2020 1:49:18 PM

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Jagube wrote:
Cool garden!

Are you greenhouses frost-free? In particular, has your D. cabrerana seen freezing temps?


He was in my old green house before, that was a POS cheap green one from amazon. I regret buying it. But anyway, yea maybe a couple days of the year the temps got below freezing, and he survived in the greenhouse that I kept closed the whole time. Some of the older leaves withered but he still alive.
 
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#9 Posted : 3/8/2020 1:51:08 PM

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downwardsfromzero wrote:
Loved the pics, what a fantastic garden you have.

Pic 16 top left, that (four sided?) bridge-oid Trich is looking etiolated! Increase light or lower temperatures!


Yea hes a new clone I got a couple months ago in the middle of winter, and had to sit on the bottom of my old greenhouse. I JUST built this new greenhouse and hes getting ample amount of light now. Should have roots by now as well. Im not too happy about the etiolation but it should smooth itself out soon. I will probably end up having to cut it at that point in the future. Gonna let it grow big first.
 
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#10 Posted : 3/8/2020 1:54:34 PM

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OliverJ wrote:
Incredible collection!

How long have you been tending to your garden?

You're inspiring me to make a start. Perhaps a little san Pedro cactus or something. Any advices for a first time plant?


This is my 4th year, most of this collection is probably only 2 years or so though. Some are older than others.

My advice for first cactus, just get something that calls to you. Something that visually appeals to your senses. Dont worry about hybrids and cultvars and crazy names for your first cactus. Its good to just get acquainted with how they grow and their needs first. Dont spend too much either lol. My very first cactus was the PC in the big orange pot I have on the first post. I have probably a million of them now from only 2 columns when I started. <3
 
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#11 Posted : 3/8/2020 1:55:42 PM

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My kava
 
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#12 Posted : 3/12/2020 9:57:47 AM

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Nice healthy looking khat plant Drool
 
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#13 Posted : 3/12/2020 10:41:36 PM

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The 'kava' I posted is actually a Piper auritum. Hopefully I can get some legit kava soon.
 
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#14 Posted : 3/15/2020 2:47:24 PM

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Just got a bunch of new cactus sprouts.

1.(ss02 x ss01) x TPM
2.colossus x TPM
3. (ss02 x ss01) x nitrogen TPQC
4. TPQC x nitrogen TPC
5. scopulicola x pachanoi
6 Browningia hertlingiana (sourced from the wild in SA)
7. Arboricola x orange california
8. T. tacaqueriensis
9. macroganus x super pedro
10. peruvianus 'john' x scopulicola
11. scopulicola x bridgesii 'Tig'

Im pretty excited lol. Only been 7 days since planting and most have sprouted.

I planted 248 seeds total.
 
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#15 Posted : 3/15/2020 4:15:18 PM

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Beautiful, friend!

Good work you're doing Smile

How cold does it get where you are?
 
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#16 Posted : 3/16/2020 10:30:35 PM

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endlessness wrote:
Beautiful, friend!

Good work you're doing Smile

How cold does it get where you are?


The average temp during winter is hovering around 30s and 40s. Sometimes there will be a little cold spurt of high 20sF but it only lasts a couple hours or so, and doesnt happen often.

 
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#17 Posted : 3/16/2020 10:36:51 PM

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A few pics from today.

Mammilaria in flower. Might try to cross pollinate with another Mamm I have flowering.


Baby Acacia simplex <3


Mimosa hostilis planted from seed last year, coming back from winter(sorry for pic quality)


Gymnocalicium baldianum blooming for the first time.


<3 <3 <3
 
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#18 Posted : 3/17/2020 4:12:00 PM

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Really nice specimens Sunpatterns. Reminds me how much I need to diversify my collection. What species mammilaria is that?
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#19 Posted : 3/22/2020 4:57:24 PM

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Some new images from this morning! <3

bridgesii no cv./hybrid.


peruvianus


SS02 x TPM where it mutated slightly during a stress phase.


brdigesii 'Lorraine' Has be come one of my favorite clones lately. She starting to show her true colors this year, and I am falling in love everytime she grows more.


E. sub. about to throw some blooms out again. I love these.


I believe this is Gymnocalicium saglionis


Acacia simplex chugging along!! so happy to have another species of Acacia in my collection


A graft of Sulcorebutia rauschii that I put outside, and is LOVING it. Grafted earlier January


C. edulis getting huge!


A revert column from pachanoi crest. kind of semi monstrose I guess too lol.


Variegated Trichocereus peruvianus 'clyde' x orange california, from misplant. My first variegate ever.


Last but not least, my pride and joy. B. caapi, refoliating itself after winter <3 <3 <3


Love you all have a good day, and happy gardening <3
 
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#20 Posted : 3/28/2020 11:40:13 PM

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Just some minor updates.

Here is my Jurema coming back from winter weather. Looking very good.

https://imgur.com/sMbJ3VY

Chaliponga coming back with some new shoots

https://imgur.com/STZZ2OP

B. caapi filling back in as well. Very quickly.

https://imgur.com/FIzhVGq

7ft tall kratom reofliating. I was worried I was losing this one but shes growing again! Might give her a lil bit more of a pruning if I dont see anymore new shoots higher up.

https://imgur.com/TOX1EKn

Love yall <3 Stay safe.
 
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