peterb's 2012

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Re: peterb's 2012

Postby peterb » Sun Mar 11, 2012 2:23 am

I don't know much about what Engelmann called "denudata," the form of lasiacantha without feathery spines. I think there are some near Presidio in Texas, but not sure about these Jarilla Mountain plants.

Some more pics below.

buds on Echinomastus warnockii 'pallidus'
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E. phyllacanthus violaciflorus
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buds on Echinomastus durangensis mapimiensis
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a few flower pics of a no ID Pediocactus with lost tags.
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No ID Echinomastus, 4 years old from seed. Maybe warnockii?
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The no ID Echinomastus seedling from 4 years ago. Maybe warnockii?
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Re: peterb's 2012

Postby hoteidoc » Sun Mar 11, 2012 3:40 am

Great Blossums & Buds, PeterB! Now I can feel "their" push in the pics! Since last time I was bemoaning waiting for Spring, discovered 2 more plants putting out their 1st time buds - one a bequeathed salvage! A week of 60's starting tomorrow! 8) 8) Everything will explode! :cheers: Spring Peepers serenade will be on!
Once bitten by the cactus collecting/growing bug, there is no known cure!
There's no 12 step programme for I shall just have to get some more!!

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