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Kevin Campbell Aug 14
Opuntia micradasy x rufida prickly pear and a friend out in the nursery nature is everywhere
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Bob Stewart 9h
Interesting genetic variation in the sand dollar Astrophytum asterias. You never know what is hiding in the genes when growing plants from seed. 🙂
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Nickelblake Aug 11
Hey you with the face. Don’t take a picture of your car thermometer that’s been sitting in the sun and says 46 degrees. You’re not fooling me. You think you’re smarter than the sun? The goddamn sun? Grow up and eat a
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Hannah Spencer Aug 11
Had this ten years. Never seen it do this before!
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Holly Aug 13
All the books that I have read on holiday! I seem to read way more when I'm away. What is your reading schedule like whilst on holiday?
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Pillsbury Doughboy Aug 17
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Danijela Savić Aug 17
Cheers to already 4 years of making memories and bad decisions at Purdue😜
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Bob Stewart Aug 13
Too often the little cacti don't get enough attention. One of my favorites is the button , Epithelantha micromeris. Mature and flowering at only an inch (2.5 cm) in diameter. Native to SW U.S. and Mexico.
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Bob Stewart Aug 13
One of the largest I was able to grow outside all year at my old house was this Opuntia (Prickly Pear). I obtained it as a cutting near Ft. Worth Texas. I tentatively identified it as Opuntia orbiculata. It was an impressive plant, especially growing in Maryland.
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claudio gaggini Aug 10
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James McLeary 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Aug 18
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Bob Stewart 8h
The Opuntia microdasys aka Bunny Ears, is cute, and may appear cuddly, but beware, those little yellow fuzzy clumps on the stems are tiny, barbed spines call glochids. They don't hurt going into your skin, but they will become terribly irritating and difficult to remove.
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kiki 23h
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C. Phelan 4h
This is Spike my pet cactus! Plants have souls to....ive been growing n nurturing him for over 7 years
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Yvet 🇧🇬TODAY GOES TO THE TRIP D: Aug 19
Heyoo! I've got a little cactus now!! His name is Kio🌵 I wanted to do a gijinka of him because I love doing gijinkas and well, this came out👀💜🌵
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Charlotte Hollinger Aug 10
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HePhaCtus Aug 19
I'm so excited for theses lil baby cacti 😇
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Sergio Román 🚀✨ 7h
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David George Haskell Aug 16
Optunia gastronomy. Prickly pear, deneedled and grilled. Palate = lime tang, cucumber bite, hint of okra's ooze. The asparagus of the desert.
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Snehal Kank Aug 18
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