Sharpy wrote:gymnocalicium cardenasianum - I just love everything about this one, the smooth surface and the spines, just fantastic looking imo.
Steve Johnson wrote:I haven't tried a Cintia before, although it would be interesting to see if I can find any here in the US.
StrUktO wrote:thanks iann! I was already considering degrafting it, now I'm going to put that on my to-do list, do they root easily?
StrUktO wrote:about the name, I am aware of current nomenclature but especially within eriosyce I find that it makes the plant care easier when I split the genus within my collection. opinion on wether it should have been lumped in the first place is an entirely different matter, I can however say that I am more a supporter of splitting than of lumping, to me this is a pyrrhocactus. so... would THAT make it umadeave or bulbocalyx?
StrUktO wrote:when I looked up e. bulbocalyx on the guide one of the synonyms was p. bulbocalyx, adding the marayensis to that would come closer, yes?
StrUktO wrote:I think I will leave it grafted and try to root one of the pups
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