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Postby Lewis_cacti » Tue Jan 22, 2008 12:16 am

im still a beginner but i'll name a few of my plants that spring to mind :P :

Astrophytum:
asterias
asterias nudum
asterias x capricorne
asterias cv. 'Super kabuto'
capricorne
senile
ornatum
myriostigma
myriostigma nudum
myriostigma x nudum
myriostigma variegata
myriostigma cv 'hakuun'
myriostigma x ornatum
myriostigma var. multicostatus

Copiapoa:
barquitensis
cinerea
humilis

Cereus:
peruvianus
var monstrose
many other peruvianus types

Epithelantha:
micromeris
bokei

Thelocactus macdowelii

Gymnocalycium:
hibotan
mihovanovichii
saglione
pflanzii
bruchii
ragonesii
quelianum

Lophophora:
williamsii
williamsii ‘caespitose’
diffusa

leuchtenbergia principis.

Turbinicarpus:
macrochele
schmeidickeanus v. schwarzii 'polaskii'
schmiedickeanus v. klinkerianus
horilipilus var goldii

Stenocactus:
crispatus
albatus
mutilcostatus

Pilosocereus:
azureus

Echinocereus:
leonensis
viridiflorus
knippelianus

Cleistocactus:
strausii
ritteri

Rebutia:
marsoneri
muscular
albopectinata
heliosa
others unknown

Mammillaria:
schiedeana
plumosa
perbella
mystax
elongate cristata
hahniana
spinossissima
spinossissima cristata
spinossissima cv. 'un pico'
spinossissima cv ‘un pico’ cristata
compressa
longimamma
gracilis
gracilis monstrose
carmenae
albilanata v. micromeris

Melocactus:
azureus
matanzanus
concinneus
longispinna
other unknown seedlings

Trichocereus: (echinopsis)
pachanoi
bridgesii
bridgesii var monstrosus (clumping)
scopulicola
unknown x echinopsis

Echinopsis:
Subdentuata
subdenuata variegata
eyresii
Unknown hybrids x 15
Chamaecereus
Chamaecereus hybrids
(lobivia) arachnacantha
other unknown lobivias

Pereskia:
acultea variegata

Coryphantha:
elephantidens

Rhipsalis:
crispatus
baccifera

Tephrocactus:
articularis var. papracanthus
molinensis
some small one

opuntia
ficus-indica
monstrose sp.
Variegated monstrose
Cylindropuntia sp.
Microdasys
Microdasys (yellow) cristata
Ruffida v. minima
other unknowns

Matucana
unknown with red/orange flower.
Paucicostata
Madisoniorum

Parodia
Mammulosa
horstii
Corynoides
Hasselbergii
viridiflorus

Uebelmannia pectinifera v.multicostata.
weingartia sp.

im sure i forgot some, but i need more :laughing5:
Last edited by Lewis_cacti on Sun Mar 09, 2008 12:45 am, edited 6 times in total.
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Postby MichaelCactus » Tue Jan 22, 2008 1:16 am

Yeh, just a begginer Lewis, not many cacti in that list :P

You have Lots more than i thought you had, hope theyre all doing good.
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Postby Lewis_cacti » Tue Jan 22, 2008 1:23 am

so far so good, unless theres something they're not telling me..
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Postby Lachy » Tue Jan 22, 2008 1:32 am

That's a nice list mate. Very impressive. :D
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Postby ihc6480 » Tue Jan 22, 2008 2:38 am

Looks like a good beginning to me :wink:
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Postby MichaelCactus » Tue Jan 22, 2008 2:42 am

darn Lewis, i just looked through your entire list on Desert Tropicals, you have great plants! Unlike all my common ones, im going to have to stop buying the "crappy" ones at the sunday market and buy the good ones.
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Postby CoronaCactus » Tue Jan 22, 2008 2:45 am

Nice addiction list! :D
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Postby Lewis_cacti » Fri Feb 08, 2008 10:00 am

thanks guys, i updated it to make room for new aquisitions :lol:
im going to get more turbs, lophs, astros and epithelanthas i think,they're probably my favourite genera, look great and take up minimal space. :D i like small plants.
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Re: Lewis's growlist

Postby lordarutha » Fri Feb 08, 2008 10:53 am

Lewis_cacti wrote:im sure i forgot some, but i need more :laughing5:


I have run out of windowsill room at the office so I have asked my friend who is a lighting salesman about getting me some lighting sorted so I can buy more plants. I have over 140 plants (of which only 70 are identified :x ) and thats just not enough. :mrgreen:

That is a nice list and I am with you on the smaller varieties.
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Re: Lewis's growlist

Postby Lewis_cacti » Sat Feb 09, 2008 6:44 am

lordarutha wrote:I have over 140 plants (of which only 70 are identified :x ) and thats just not enough. :mrgreen:


you can NEVER have enough.
well..lets see... assuming im 16....aquiring cacti at the average rate of 3 per week... (id get more...but good plants are expensive down here :( )... times how many weeks of life ive got left... i should have a 'satisfactory' collection by the time im 70. :lol:

lordaruth wrote:
That is a nice list and I am with you on the smaller varieties.


thanks, smaller plants are great because they take up minimal space and you can have hundreds of minatures (entire genera even) in a few metres of space. one of my turbis is about 1 and a half cms across and 8 years old grown from seed. :lol: a good effort for minimalisation of space..i think i need to get some blossfeldias..but havent seen one down here. :(
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Postby peterb » Sat Feb 09, 2008 7:17 am

ha, Lewis, at the rate you mentioned, 3/week for 54 years, that's 8424 plants.

Sounds about right... :lol:

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Postby Lewis_cacti » Sat Feb 09, 2008 9:14 am

hmmm sounds alright...how many cacti species are there?:lol:
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Postby peterb » Sat Feb 09, 2008 4:23 pm

hey Lewis, well depending on whom you ask, just one or perhaps 8,424.

:lol:

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Re: Lewis's growlist

Postby parrotsheaven » Sat Feb 23, 2008 11:00 am

Lewis_cacti wrote:im still a beginner but i'll name a few of my plants that spring to mind :P :

im sure i forgot some, but i need more :laughing5:


Hey Lewis nice list you have there. How much has it grown since you posted it :P

I will have to do mine one day it will take a while as I need to check off the ones that have died :oops: Tags are fading so need to rewrite heaps.

Still a beginner eh!!!! aren't we all. I have been growing them for about 7 years give or take a year. I still don't know names and not very good at recognising species by looking at them. I am one of thoe who grows them because I can :shock:
No C&S club around her to learn all the lingo and stuff like that, so I stumble away and learn by my mistakes :roll:

I would love to see Collectors Corner one day I hear it pretty impressive. Photos look great that I have seen.
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Postby MichaelCactus » Sun Mar 02, 2008 7:32 am

Ill race ya there Betty! I want to go visit Collectors Corner aswell, maybe ill go completely broke down there 8)
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