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Discussion in 'Cacti and Succulents' started by Zigs, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. Zigs

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    That's amazing :thankyou:@Zigs for posting they really are a fascinating plant - and loved the end of video with the plant names brilliant footage :blue thumb:
     
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      :thinking:.........Ooo lovely.......I wonder if someone is fishing for customers :th scifD36: ....who has too many baby cacti then? :snorky:
       
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        Wanna buy a cactus? :biggrin:

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          IMG_0655.JPG I love them. I've grown these from seed, a general mixed packet, I'd love to learn more though. I'm intrigued by the flowers, I always thought they looked as though they where stuck on:th scifD36:
           
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            No, people only stick flowers onto turnips :)
             
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              So that's why mine always look wrong?:scratch::biggrin::heehee:
               
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