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  2. longk
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    Share your Echeveria photos and chat here

    Yes that's the one, thank you, I shall label it in a minute
    Yes that's the one, thank you, I shall label it in a minute
    Yes that's the one, thank you, I shall label it in a minute
    Yes that's the one, thank you, I shall label it in a minute
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  4. 43576

    Name of this cacti please?

    Hi @43576 Michael’s I.D. looks spot on to me :dbgrtmb:
    Hi @43576 Michael’s I.D. looks spot on to me :dbgrtmb:
    Hi @43576 Michael’s I.D. looks spot on to me :dbgrtmb:
    Hi @43576 Michael’s I.D. looks spot on to me :dbgrtmb:
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  5. Michael Hewett
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    New plant

    That is a beautiful plant!
    That is a beautiful plant!
    That is a beautiful plant!
    That is a beautiful plant!
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  6. J31

    Christmas cactus - advice please

    This is also my thoughts now. Years ago it used to be where it is now, was then moved to the hearth and spent years there but did look a bit cramped. I've left it on the unit and there is some new...
    This is also my thoughts now. Years ago it used to be where it is now, was then moved to the hearth and spent years there but did look a bit cramped. I've left it on the unit and there is some new leaves coming through so hopefully panic over. Thank you!I thought of this last year, to try...
    This is also my thoughts now. Years ago it used to be where it is now, was then moved to the hearth and spent years there but did look a bit cramped. I've left it on the unit and there is some new leaves coming through so hopefully panic over....
    This is also my thoughts now. Years ago it used to be where it is now, was then moved to the hearth and spent years there but did look a bit cramped. I've left it on the unit and there is some new...
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  7. PhilC

    Christmas cactus cuttings, do i remove the developing buds?

    All I can say is, if you will root cuttings at totally the wrong time of the year. :yikes: You deserve all you get. :roflol:
    All I can say is, if you will root cuttings at totally the wrong time of the year. :yikes: You deserve all you get. :roflol:
    All I can say is, if you will root cuttings at totally the wrong time of the year. :yikes: You deserve all you get. :roflol:
    All I can say is, if you will root cuttings at totally the wrong time of the year. :yikes: You deserve all you get. :roflol:
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  8. pete
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    Mangave

    Wow that’s amazing Pete, it’ll love a repot in spring, nice one mate :dbgrtmb:
    Wow that’s amazing Pete, it’ll love a repot in spring, nice one mate :dbgrtmb:
    Wow that’s amazing Pete, it’ll love a repot in spring, nice one mate :dbgrtmb:
    Wow that’s amazing Pete, it’ll love a repot in spring, nice one mate :dbgrtmb:
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  9. Lem
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    Great little cacti encyclopaedia

    I don't mind
    I don't mind
    I don't mind
    I don't mind
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  10. Lem

    Cacti & Succulents at Aldi

    Thanks very much @Lem, I went to Aldi today and nearly bought the exactly same Sedum just because of your thread even though I'm apparently not allowed to buy another succulent :scratch:Anyways, two...
    Thanks very much @Lem, I went to Aldi today and nearly bought the exactly same Sedum just because of your thread even though I'm apparently not allowed to buy another succulent :scratch:Anyways, two four-packs of Cyclamen came home with us. :)
    Thanks very much @Lem, I went to Aldi today and nearly bought the exactly same Sedum just because of your thread even though I'm apparently not allowed to buy another succulent :scratch:Anyways, two four-packs of Cyclamen came home with us. :)
    Thanks very much @Lem, I went to Aldi today and nearly bought the exactly same Sedum just because of your thread even though I'm apparently not allowed to buy another succulent :scratch:Anyways, two...
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  11. Lem

    Euphorbia Platyclada

    That's very kind, thank you
    That's very kind, thank you
    That's very kind, thank you
    That's very kind, thank you
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  12. Lem
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    Finished Moving My Cactus

    @flounder thanks, there’s always room for a cactus flounder, ferocactus & Trithrinax used as guard dogs, now your talking, just remember where you place them, because they’re not fussy who they bite ;)
    @flounder thanks, there’s always room for a cactus flounder, ferocactus & Trithrinax used as guard dogs, now your talking, just remember where you place them, because they’re not fussy who they bite ;)
    @flounder thanks, there’s always room for a cactus flounder, ferocactus & Trithrinax used as guard dogs, now your talking, just remember where you place them, because they’re not fussy who they bite ;)
    @flounder thanks, there’s always room for a cactus flounder, ferocactus & Trithrinax used as guard dogs, now your talking, just remember where you place them, because they’re not fussy who they bite ;)
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  13. Lem

    Can you Please Help to ID this Succulent

    Thanks again Michael you’ve been a great help :thumbsup:
    Thanks again Michael you’ve been a great help :thumbsup:
    Thanks again Michael you’ve been a great help :thumbsup:
    Thanks again Michael you’ve been a great help :thumbsup:
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  14. Michael Hewett

    Unknown cactus with berries

    I believe it is Mammillaria elegans. I may sow the seeds if they ripen but I have never has any success with cactus seeds. We'll see what happens
    I believe it is Mammillaria elegans. I may sow the seeds if they ripen but I have never has any success with cactus seeds. We'll see what happens
    I believe it is Mammillaria elegans. I may sow the seeds if they ripen but I have never has any success with cactus seeds. We'll see what happens
    I believe it is Mammillaria elegans. I may sow the seeds if they ripen but I have never has any success with cactus seeds. We'll see what happens
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  15. Lem

    Opuntia ?? Any Idea on ID

    I got my original one in 1965 but now I only have a cutting of a cutting of a cutting :heehee:
    I got my original one in 1965 but now I only have a cutting of a cutting of a cutting :heehee:
    I got my original one in 1965 but now I only have a cutting of a cutting of a cutting :heehee:
    I got my original one in 1965 but now I only have a cutting of a cutting of a cutting :heehee:
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  16. Selleri
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    Fishbone cactus flowers again

    That's a very good reason for staying awake all night :biggrin:
    That's a very good reason for staying awake all night :biggrin:
    That's a very good reason for staying awake all night :biggrin:
    That's a very good reason for staying awake all night :biggrin:
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  17. Lem
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    Ferocactus Horridus

    @Michael Hewett hi Michael, I’ve been interested in cactus for around 20 +yrs and once had an enormous collection which was ruined by weather and unruly kids I guess, some kids we’re always...
    @Michael Hewett hi Michael, I’ve been interested in cactus for around 20 +yrs and once had an enormous collection which was ruined by weather and unruly kids I guess, some kids we’re always breaking pane’s of glass and in the end I give it up. It’s just since the COVID lockdowns, I started...
    @Michael Hewett hi Michael, I’ve been interested in cactus for around 20 +yrs and once had an enormous collection which was ruined by weather and unruly kids I guess, some kids we’re always breaking pane’s of glass and in the end I give it...
    @Michael Hewett hi Michael, I’ve been interested in cactus for around 20 +yrs and once had an enormous collection which was ruined by weather and unruly kids I guess, some kids we’re always...
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  18. Lem

    Rhipsalis ID Please

    @Michael Hewett , after looking at numerous pictures of rhipsalis ceruescula, I’m going with your suggestion Michael, too many similarities for it not to be, cheers Michael :yes:
    @Michael Hewett , after looking at numerous pictures of rhipsalis ceruescula, I’m going with your suggestion Michael, too many similarities for it not to be, cheers Michael :yes:
    @Michael Hewett , after looking at numerous pictures of rhipsalis ceruescula, I’m going with your suggestion Michael, too many similarities for it not to be, cheers Michael :yes:
    @Michael Hewett , after looking at numerous pictures of rhipsalis ceruescula, I’m going with your suggestion Michael, too many similarities for it not to be, cheers Michael :yes:
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  19. Lem

    Looking for a Succulent [ Trachyandra Tortillis ]

    @Nikolaos :yikes: Forget it then i'll look for a different plant, something that grows a tad faster :)
    @Nikolaos :yikes: Forget it then i'll look for a different plant, something that grows a tad faster :)
    @Nikolaos :yikes: Forget it then i'll look for a different plant, something that grows a tad faster :)
    @Nikolaos :yikes: Forget it then i'll look for a different plant, something that grows a tad faster :)
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  20. Tabbee

    Help please with succulent ID and care

    @Tabbee Not sure if you managed to ID the succulent in the first picture, but here you go, it’s a Crassula Muscosa, also known as Watch chain plant , hope this helps :)
    @Tabbee Not sure if you managed to ID the succulent in the first picture, but here you go, it’s a Crassula Muscosa, also known as Watch chain plant , hope this helps :)
    @Tabbee Not sure if you managed to ID the succulent in the first picture, but here you go, it’s a Crassula Muscosa, also known as Watch chain plant , hope this helps :)
    @Tabbee Not sure if you managed to ID the succulent in the first picture, but here you go, it’s a Crassula Muscosa, also known as Watch chain plant , hope this helps :)
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  21. Lem

    Crassula Ovata { Gollum }

    Thanks I’ll keep you all updated in the spring, fingers crossed it’ll flower :)
    Thanks I’ll keep you all updated in the spring, fingers crossed it’ll flower :)
    Thanks I’ll keep you all updated in the spring, fingers crossed it’ll flower :)
    Thanks I’ll keep you all updated in the spring, fingers crossed it’ll flower :)
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  22. Lem
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    Echinopsis Subdenudata First Bloom

    Cheers again @Michael Hewett for the ID :yes:
    Cheers again @Michael Hewett for the ID :yes:
    Cheers again @Michael Hewett for the ID :yes:
    Cheers again @Michael Hewett for the ID :yes:
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  23. Lem
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    Whats your most spine'd Cactus

    I’ve got a very young one grown from dragon fruit, and I agree with you totally, the spines look harmless just like hair, but get them in your hands and their terrible :hhog:
    I’ve got a very young one grown from dragon fruit, and I agree with you totally, the spines look harmless just like hair, but get them in your hands and their terrible :hhog:
    I’ve got a very young one grown from dragon fruit, and I agree with you totally, the spines look harmless just like hair, but get them in your hands and their terrible :hhog:
    I’ve got a very young one grown from dragon fruit, and I agree with you totally, the spines look harmless just like hair, but get them in your hands and their terrible :hhog:
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