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Fred 15 May 18
Last summer I grafted 2 different . Positive result because the growth is visible now on the light green one.
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John Schenk 25 Apr 17
Still get excited to see in Georgia! Being from the west, it is my spirit plant
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Matthew Pottage 6 Oct 18
‘Santa Rita’ has to be one of my all time favourite plants. Sadly I can never seem to achieve this intensity of colour in the UK, nor be free of mealybug. However, in the open ground in warmer climes, it’s just 👌
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Fan of Arizona 26 Apr 17
Prickly pears bloom in a variety of colors. Each flower yields one edible fruit.
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Solofo Rakotoarisoa May 3
Now large plantation has been developped in SW for food security reason. Risk of negative environmental impacts due to invasion of this uncontrollable species may happen
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University of South Carolina Herbarium 30 Apr 18
Cactus specimen prep. Surprisingly, the operation involved just a couple of glochidia in the fingers...
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Tommy Stoughton 17 May 14
-- basilaris var. brachyclada flowering in the Cajon Pass, southern
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Ashley, Cultivated and Wild 25 Apr 18
Prickly pear at sunset. They're still waking up and just forming buds in the mountains north of Phoenix.
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FPConservatory 4 Jul 18
Happy Fourth of July! Did you know the prickly pear can survive in every state in America? While cacti are associated with desert regions, the prickly pear () is hardy in zones as far north as Alaska, living within large colonies or as a few individuals.
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Kirsti Salo 21 Jul 17
With some proud presenting fragilis in flower! Open air in winter (til -32C US zone 5ish)
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Ilena Gilbert-Mays 23 May 19
my hardy opuntia cactus is starting to bloom. I love the huge yellow blooms. 🌞💛
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Alison Cutts Apr 13
One of my Open and scroll, it’s not a twitter-friendly shape, sorry 😐
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Challen Willemsen 🌿 Oct 19
Loving the new wallpaper at my favorite Mexican restaurant in Antigua, Fridas. .
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Rome Botanic Gardens 28 Dec 17
things can't be expected to turn out right every time.
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Bill Vanko 21 Jun 18
When you think "Maryland,"you don't typically think "cactus." But there are some that live quite nicely here. And this is the time of year when they get real showy.
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Christopher Janousek 29 Apr 19
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African Conservation Foundation Dec 9
Kenyan 'devil's cactus' is spreading out of control -- but tech is fighting back
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Florida Native Plant Society Apr 4
Stay prickly during this pandemic.
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GabaldónArt Mar 18
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British Cactus and Succulent Society 1 Oct 18
Opuntia basilaris var. brachyclada surrounded by agaves planted in the ground in a large UK greenhouse.
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