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#21 Posted : 7/23/2021 6:25:40 PM
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Wolfnippletip wrote:

It's the Melted Wax mutation of Bridgesii. I have no idea what caused the radical bends in the column, the mutation or some injury, but it was about a third that size when I acquired it and I suspect it looked so misshapen the previous owner might have thought it was done for.



Interesting. I never heard of the "melted wax" mutation before. That is super interesting. I love the mutated strains. The TPQC I have is my facvorite of all my cacti
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#22 Posted : 7/24/2021 5:25:47 PM

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I am particularly in love with your thick and vigorous Bridgesii Grey Fox. They look real tasty!!!



Thanks antichode!

Your cacti are lovely as well! I really like those thick, short spined ones. Are those Pachanoi or Scopulicola or a cross?

I love seeing photos of these collections. Keep them coming everyone!
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#23 Posted : 7/26/2021 5:40:26 AM

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You know I’m really not sure about that one short spine. It was given to me over 12 years ago and I was told it was a Pach but I’m guessing it’s a hybrid of something. It grows bigger and faster than anything else and can handle higher nitrogen levels unlike all my other pachanoi. It’s a beast! Strong too.
 
#24 Posted : 7/27/2021 12:26:40 AM
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some lophos from seed

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#25 Posted : 7/27/2021 5:29:21 AM

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You know I’m really not sure about that one short spine. It was given to me over 12 years ago and I was told it was a Pach but I’m guessing it’s a hybrid of something. It grows bigger and faster than anything else and can handle higher nitrogen levels unlike all my other pachanoi. It’s a beast! Strong too.


It is a beautiful clone. Looks very healthy. When they are swollen thick like that and well hydrated it can be hard to differentiate between Pachanoi and Scopulicola. But to me those areoles and tips look like there is some Scop genetics in there.
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#26 Posted : 7/28/2021 10:22:58 PM

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some lophos from seed


This makes me smile. Charming little things - nice work, tatt!




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#27 Posted : 8/30/2021 12:11:39 PM

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Wolfnippletip wrote:
Cooler than average temperatures have helped my cacti this year. The white powder on the top of some is diatomaceous earth for to thwart little nibbling critters. Here's a few pics:


Nice! How old were they when you put them in the ground outside? How did you acclimate them to the sun and how much sun are they getting? Looks like at least a few hours of direct sunlight...
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#28 Posted : 8/31/2021 3:31:02 PM

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I'm in Zone 7a so am limited to pots. They get plenty of sun during the day, the problem in the middle of the Summer is limiting the amount of time they spend baking in the heat. In my experience Trichs want all the light you can give them but they seem too stall out in high temps. Sometimes those high temps (100F +) begin as early as June here. Placing them so they get morning sun/afternoon shade seems to help. I've toyed with the idea of putting a hard shell on the greenhouse and air conditioning it during the Summer, buuuuut...expense.
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#29 Posted : 10/3/2021 1:35:58 AM

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Greetings friends.

Here are my three newest pups (Echinopsis Terschekii)

They brightened my day in a necessary way.

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#30 Posted : 10/4/2021 9:36:49 PM

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Allright! A new Terscheckii Club Member! Very happy
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#31 Posted : 10/4/2021 9:52:49 PM

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Allright! A new Terscheckii Club Member! Very happy

ayayay!

One to a pot, I say (they get fat)




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#32 Posted : 10/5/2021 12:07:30 AM

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Wolfnippletip wrote:
Allright! A new Terscheckii Club Member! Very happy

ayayay!

One to a pot, I say (they get fat)


Hahaha! Thanks guys! Big grin

Here are the 5 PCxTPM that I got today and am about to plant.

Also, DF0, roger that.

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#33 Posted : 10/5/2021 12:49:45 AM

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#34 Posted : 10/5/2021 1:00:24 AM

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Aargh! Cristate envy!

Wonder if the normal-looking ones will do some funky stuff later on?




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#35 Posted : 10/6/2021 2:28:52 AM

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Terscheckii in the background. Bridgesii in the foreground (and far background if you can spot it).

Each species has its own coloration and character.
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#36 Posted : 10/6/2021 3:27:52 AM

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Grey Fox, wow! I love it. The one in the background is big too (though small in the picture, but once it's spotted...)

downwardsfromzero wrote:
Aargh! Cristate envy!

Wonder if the normal-looking ones will do some funky stuff later on?


The cristate one was a surprise, as well as the fact that five came because I thought I only purchased four Laughing

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#37 Posted : 10/6/2021 8:16:54 AM

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I’ve never seen Bridgesii like that Grey Fox. They are amazing! Love
 
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#38 Posted : 10/6/2021 12:21:52 PM

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Thanks Antichode! That Bridgesii has a unique look to it. It grows skinnier and bluer than my other Bridgesii, and the ribs and spines are somewhat unusual. I found the original one several years back at a huge cactus wholesale lot. It was unlabelled and mixed in randomly with some non-Trichocereus cacti. I've been calling it Papa Smurf. Its a good one. In fact, I recently planted some more. Smile
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#39 Posted : 10/7/2021 5:19:32 AM

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Grey Fox wrote:
Thanks Antichode! That Bridgesii has a unique look to it. It grows skinnier and bluer than my other Bridgesii, and the ribs and spines are somewhat unusual. I found the original one several years back at a huge cactus wholesale lot. It was unlabelled and mixed in randomly with some non-Trichocereus cacti. I've been calling it Papa Smurf. Its a good one. In fact, I recently planted some more. Smile

Good to know. Mine look very similar to that but their providence is not wholly clear. Sounds like cloning should become a priority for me.




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#40 Posted : 10/9/2021 9:36:08 AM

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downwardsfromzero wrote:
Some nice specimens there, wolfie, they're real food for monstrose/cristate envy - and I have the same issues with climate zone and pots that you do. One painful day I'll have to cut my bridgesii specimens, lest they swoop down and attack me... will they ever flower before then? My cactus bench will get some wheels by autumn, to facilitate transfer into their winter abode.

Antichode's rather splendid raised bed has set my garden design juices racing as well.

Well, here's the goods - some tall ones, some small ones, pup action and a peyote flower.

I think I’ve only just appreciated all of your different cuttings!

Some of Your bridgesii are very similar to Grey Foxes. Lovely! Lovely 🥰
 
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