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Wayne Amiel 10h
Pics of a Cactus display I came across in Tokyo
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British Cactus and Succulent Society Sep 18
Schlumbergera opuntioides, although it looks like a sickly, floppy Opuntia, it isn't! This Schlumbergera, native to Brazil, was named for its resemblance to prickly pears. Ideal in a hanging basket as the stems hang down with age. (Image Michael Wolf)
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🌵🕸jezebel jinx☔💀 6h
My string of buttons is flowering! 😊
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JIGNESH JOSHI 6h
Ster sape super kabuto hybrid
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Re Jie 5h
😍😍😍 I love you na 😘
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Swiss Sep 19
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mycactusadventure 11h
I'm going to be here!
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Robyn Ⓥ 25m
My new plant baby I got from the cactus show today. What a beauty 😍
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Bob Stewart Sep 19
The attractive blue and hairy Pilosocereus pachycladus (the hairy blue touch cactus) at the U.S. Botanic Garden Production Facility in Washington, D.C. Quite a striking cactus. Native to northeastern Brazil.
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Taproot ASMR 7h
Repotted my cacti after their spring/summer growth spurt.
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Cacti Bot  🌵 12h
The name of these cacti are Brandon, George, Brody, and Rebecca
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Lullingstone Castle Sep 21
Great first day of CactusWorld LIVE! Can't wait for tomorrow, open from 11am - under 15's FREE.
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derek rogers 9h
Lobivia shaeferi got another bud to go !
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Bobby Davenport 6h
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White Wave Of Joy Sep 20
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Tucson Truth Sep 13
Photos September 13, 2019 at 10:51PM
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Oilpimwipa🐰 Sep 20
🌈 My rabbit & turtle 🐇❤️🐢 🌵
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AnZis Sep 13
Cute lil cactus. Reminds of my dead one. Actually, any cactus reminds of my Benny ... rip.
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🌙Angie🎃 21h
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Bob Stewart Sep 14
I started off by planting three Frailea castanea cactus plants in this pot, and now it's a community! The older plants flower, form fruit and seeds, and the population increases. Eventually it will become too crowded and a relocation event will take place. 🙂
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