Cacti and Succulents

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  1. miraflores
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    confined for space?

    And mine :)
    And mine :)
    And mine :)
    And mine :)
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  2. Michael Hewett
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    Two flowering succulents.

    Good Luck !
    Good Luck !
    Good Luck !
    Good Luck !
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  3. LauraS

    cactus care

    OMG lol I feel under pressure now I've got 3 so I'll replant one and add sand to two. I'm bringing them to work during winter as the temp is maintained throughout the winter season. Fingers...
    OMG lol I feel under pressure now I've got 3 so I'll replant one and add sand to two. I'm bringing them to work during winter as the temp is maintained throughout the winter season. Fingers crossed. Wish me luck. Thanks for all the input
    OMG lol I feel under pressure now I've got 3 so I'll replant one and add sand to two. I'm bringing them to work during winter as the temp is maintained throughout the winter season. Fingers crossed. Wish me luck. Thanks for all the input
    OMG lol I feel under pressure now I've got 3 so I'll replant one and add sand to two. I'm bringing them to work during winter as the temp is maintained throughout the winter season. Fingers...
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  4. Frxv300

    Echinocereus dasyacanthus or Lobivia

    thanksmore pictures
    thanksmore pictures
    thanksmore pictures
    thanksmore pictures
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  5. Phil A
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    Repotted Oucho into Spent Mushroom Compost

    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
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  6. Frxv300

    IS this cactus familiar to you?

    Thanks Pete....looks very similar when I searced on that name. Gymnocalycium oenanthemum....looks identical
    Thanks Pete....looks very similar when I searced on that name. Gymnocalycium oenanthemum....looks identical
    Thanks Pete....looks very similar when I searced on that name. Gymnocalycium oenanthemum....looks identical
    Thanks Pete....looks very similar when I searced on that name. Gymnocalycium oenanthemum....looks identical
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  7. Michael Hewett

    Peperomia

    Peperomia ferreyrae is a succulent plant native to tropical forests in Peru, where it grows on the shadey forest floor.It's named after Alejandro Huerta Ramón Ferreyra - a Peruvian botanist.I...
    Peperomia ferreyrae is a succulent plant native to tropical forests in Peru, where it grows on the shadey forest floor.It's named after Alejandro Huerta Ramón Ferreyra - a Peruvian botanist.I bought it in Lidl several years ago and it flowers every year
    Peperomia ferreyrae is a succulent plant native to tropical forests in Peru, where it grows on the shadey forest floor.It's named after Alejandro Huerta Ramón Ferreyra - a Peruvian botanist.I bought it in Lidl several years ago and it flowers...
    Peperomia ferreyrae is a succulent plant native to tropical forests in Peru, where it grows on the shadey forest floor.It's named after Alejandro Huerta Ramón Ferreyra - a Peruvian botanist.I...
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  8. Michael Hewett

    Snail/Slug damage

    Coffee comes from the coffee plant, you are just drinking dandelion.;):biggrin:
    Coffee comes from the coffee plant, you are just drinking dandelion.;):biggrin:
    Coffee comes from the coffee plant, you are just drinking dandelion.;):biggrin:
    Coffee comes from the coffee plant, you are just drinking dandelion.;):biggrin:
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  9. Michael Hewett

    Sick cactus

    you are probably correct @Michael Hewett it seems to have grown another couple of inches this year.
    you are probably correct @Michael Hewett it seems to have grown another couple of inches this year.
    you are probably correct @Michael Hewett it seems to have grown another couple of inches this year.
    you are probably correct @Michael Hewett it seems to have grown another couple of inches this year.
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  10. Phil A
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  11. kyleleonard

    Dwarf Jade Bonsai Help

    Pete was kind enough to send me a very healthy Jade cutting a few weeks ago - today I wired it up and put it into a pot ready to try and bonsai it (well, keep it as compact as possible)I'll...
    Pete was kind enough to send me a very healthy Jade cutting a few weeks ago - today I wired it up and put it into a pot ready to try and bonsai it (well, keep it as compact as possible)I'll keep it updated in this thread.
    Pete was kind enough to send me a very healthy Jade cutting a few weeks ago - today I wired it up and put it into a pot ready to try and bonsai it (well, keep it as compact as possible)I'll keep it updated in this thread.
    Pete was kind enough to send me a very healthy Jade cutting a few weeks ago - today I wired it up and put it into a pot ready to try and bonsai it (well, keep it as compact as possible)I'll...
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  12. miraflores
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    unusual

    Just a guess, but it looks like some kind of Echeveria.
    Just a guess, but it looks like some kind of Echeveria.
    Just a guess, but it looks like some kind of Echeveria.
    Just a guess, but it looks like some kind of Echeveria.
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  13. Gay Gardener
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  14. miraflores

    my small collection

    who looks gorgeous today...
    who looks gorgeous today...
    who looks gorgeous today...
    who looks gorgeous today...
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  15. clum111

    Very new to Succulent Plants

    Thanks @kindredspirit for the photos. I'll make a note of them in my plant note document to remember them.Yeah, I will do 50-50 soil & grit.
    Thanks @kindredspirit for the photos. I'll make a note of them in my plant note document to remember them.Yeah, I will do 50-50 soil & grit.
    Thanks @kindredspirit for the photos. I'll make a note of them in my plant note document to remember them.Yeah, I will do 50-50 soil & grit.
    Thanks @kindredspirit for the photos. I'll make a note of them in my plant note document to remember them.Yeah, I will do 50-50 soil & grit.
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  16. Mr_slinky_dragon

    ceropegia fusca

    has anyone here had any luck with rooting cuttings of these? i'm getting some from tenerife in september and want to know how easy they are from cuttings :)
    has anyone here had any luck with rooting cuttings of these? i'm getting some from tenerife in september and want to know how easy they are from cuttings :)
    has anyone here had any luck with rooting cuttings of these? i'm getting some from tenerife in september and want to know how easy they are from cuttings :)
    has anyone here had any luck with rooting cuttings of these? i'm getting some from tenerife in september and want to know how easy they are from cuttings :)
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  17. Brewman

    Path Idea

    wouldn't be better to have some big stepping stones and the succulents more on the side?
    wouldn't be better to have some big stepping stones and the succulents more on the side?
    wouldn't be better to have some big stepping stones and the succulents more on the side?
    wouldn't be better to have some big stepping stones and the succulents more on the side?
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  18. kyleleonard

    Cacti Seed Potting Advice

    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they...
    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they damage the area they're on top of and we don't want to lose our deposit.My parents' broke last year...
    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they damage the area they're on top of and we don't want...
    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they...
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  19. IceColdRum

    Does anyone grow Rebutia? (Aylostera, Sulcorebutia, Weingartia etc.)

    What lovely plants @IceColdRum ... I feel like sending for some myself
    What lovely plants @IceColdRum ... I feel like sending for some myself
    What lovely plants @IceColdRum ... I feel like sending for some myself
    What lovely plants @IceColdRum ... I feel like sending for some myself
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  20. BastLoki

    Mystery Kalanchoe ID?

    It's Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
    It's Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
    It's Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
    It's Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
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