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British Cactus and Succulent Society 9h
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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Tucson Truth Sep 14
russellzimages: Sharing Location Photos September 14, 2019 at 05:19PM
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Bob Stewart 5h
Species in the genus Melocactus are unusual as they produce a strange looking structure at the top of the plant called a "cephalium" which serves to provide some protection for the newly forming flowers. Most melocactus are from Brazil or the Caribbean region.
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Tucson Truth Sep 13
Photos September 13, 2019 at 10:51PM
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davin huber Sep 3
So thanks to tinder I now know that no one within a 50 mile radius is interested in me
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Gabster Sep 3
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kaycee1113 4h
I thought I knew what real pain felt like, but I didn't until I saw the way you looked at her.
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Bob Stewart 5h
My collection only has a single plant in the cactus genus Melocactus (Melocactus azureus). I bought this as a small unlabeled plant at a small garden shop in 2001. I thought it just looked different and might be something nice. It was!
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Bob Stewart 4h
This is my large old Ariocarpus trigonus flowering in the fall 2010. Sadly, I lost this plant the next year. All growers lose plants. My mantra is always, a lost plant simply makes space for a new plant. I did get seeds from these flowers and I have grown 3 new plants.
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Taniya Wright Sep 7
🌡🌡 checking out some 🌡🌡
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Alexae をレクァ Sep 7
It starting to bloom. 😊😊😊
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Kathy Sep 14
2 Astrophytum myriostigma plants flowering in the greenhouse today. Maybe I'll get seeds. I need more seeds.
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British Cactus & Succulent Society_Sheffield 10h
These lovely plants were bought from a and grower who felt that he was getting too old to care for his collection properly. A noble thing to do, but it must be so tough after many decades of care.
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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. πŸ™‚
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SewYouPlushieThings Sep 11
A cute, quick project! This is Flopsy the cactus, she's based on someone's pet cactus plant. The 'soil' is weighted like a bean bag to help her stand upright inside the pot. Also, first time using dimple minky fabric! Never found a use for it until now. πŸ˜„
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RoseTea Sep 13
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Aira Joy Elesterio-Bautista 6h
A night well spent with these low maintenance babies... 😊 Pwede nang matulog... 😴😴😴
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Sj β˜€οΈ sun set Sep 16
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CactusDotCom 13h
Mammillaria crinata spp leucacantha with a pup that's also flowering. Not sure how large this species gets but this one's only 5cm diameter.
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Louise 🌡 Sep 16
thank you sa cute cactus comb tita elvs. πŸ’“πŸ’—πŸ’Ÿ
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