Cacti and Succulents

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  1. zakna0693

    Some new guys to add to my collection

    Bringing up an old thread, but for good reason. Here's an update on my glow in the dark mushrooms. Even in low light they are bright
    Bringing up an old thread, but for good reason. Here's an update on my glow in the dark mushrooms. Even in low light they are bright
    Bringing up an old thread, but for good reason. Here's an update on my glow in the dark mushrooms. Even in low light they are bright
    Bringing up an old thread, but for good reason. Here's an update on my glow in the dark mushrooms. Even in low light they are bright
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  2. nikirushka

    Pruning a money plant?

    "How to Prune a Money Tree to Keep the Leaves Low to the Twisted Trunk Without the Long Stems1 Snip back stems just in front of a leaf or node to remove length. Cut no more than 1/3 of a stem...
    "How to Prune a Money Tree to Keep the Leaves Low to the Twisted Trunk Without the Long Stems1 Snip back stems just in front of a leaf or node to remove length. Cut no more than 1/3 of a stem and snip it at a 45 degree angle to promote new growth.2 Cut out dead twigs to keep the money tree...
    "How to Prune a Money Tree to Keep the Leaves Low to the Twisted Trunk Without the Long Stems1 Snip back stems just in front of a leaf or node to remove length. Cut no more than 1/3 of a stem and snip it at a 45 degree angle to promote new...
    "How to Prune a Money Tree to Keep the Leaves Low to the Twisted Trunk Without the Long Stems1 Snip back stems just in front of a leaf or node to remove length. Cut no more than 1/3 of a stem...
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  3. Phil A
    Like x 8

    The greenhouse windows were open today

    Very impressive!Jeff
    Very impressive!Jeff
    Very impressive!Jeff
    Very impressive!Jeff
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  4. wren1

    How to make compost suitable for succulents

    Thank you Mr Rogers will put them outdoors and sorry Wren, I thought they were the same.:doh:
    Thank you Mr Rogers will put them outdoors and sorry Wren, I thought they were the same.:doh:
    Thank you Mr Rogers will put them outdoors and sorry Wren, I thought they were the same.:doh:
    Thank you Mr Rogers will put them outdoors and sorry Wren, I thought they were the same.:doh:
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  5. zakna0693

    Anyone know what this is??

    Agree, looks like a young Ferocactus. Hard to identify at this stage.
    Agree, looks like a young Ferocactus. Hard to identify at this stage.
    Agree, looks like a young Ferocactus. Hard to identify at this stage.
    Agree, looks like a young Ferocactus. Hard to identify at this stage.
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  6. Michael Cumming

    My cactus = what is it?

    I agree.When you do repot, do so carefully. The pads break off very easily.
    I agree.When you do repot, do so carefully. The pads break off very easily.
    I agree.When you do repot, do so carefully. The pads break off very easily.
    I agree.When you do repot, do so carefully. The pads break off very easily.
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  7. phalnoob

    cactus seeds

    Thanks. Will keep posted on how all goes
    Thanks. Will keep posted on how all goes
    Thanks. Will keep posted on how all goes
    Thanks. Will keep posted on how all goes
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  8. Phil A

    Owcho got slugged

    Covered in polythene, and in the shade :thumbsup: Ta Pete :)
    Covered in polythene, and in the shade :thumbsup: Ta Pete :)
    Covered in polythene, and in the shade :thumbsup: Ta Pete :)
    Covered in polythene, and in the shade :thumbsup: Ta Pete :)
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  9. Simon Smith
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  10. Boscombe2015

    Kalanchoe

    yes get a new pot, slightly larger, but not too much larger because they like cramped roots - but make sure the pot has good drainage - then put the plant in a sandy, soil mix. It will drain...
    yes get a new pot, slightly larger, but not too much larger because they like cramped roots - but make sure the pot has good drainage - then put the plant in a sandy, soil mix. It will drain easier, and flower better (hopefully)
    yes get a new pot, slightly larger, but not too much larger because they like cramped roots - but make sure the pot has good drainage - then put the plant in a sandy, soil mix. It will drain easier, and flower better (hopefully)
    yes get a new pot, slightly larger, but not too much larger because they like cramped roots - but make sure the pot has good drainage - then put the plant in a sandy, soil mix. It will drain...
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  11. PuzzledMonkey

    Who's that Pokemon?!

    1)Mammillaria sp 2)Mammillaria possibly elongata 3)Haworthia limifolia 4)Ceroid 5) Needs better photo 6) Notocactus sp 7) Echinocereus pectinatusThey all look like they could do with more...
    1)Mammillaria sp 2)Mammillaria possibly elongata 3)Haworthia limifolia 4)Ceroid 5) Needs better photo 6) Notocactus sp 7) Echinocereus pectinatusThey all look like they could do with more sun/light :spinning:
    1)Mammillaria sp 2)Mammillaria possibly elongata 3)Haworthia limifolia 4)Ceroid 5) Needs better photo 6) Notocactus sp 7) Echinocereus pectinatusThey all look like they could do with more sun/light :spinning:
    1)Mammillaria sp 2)Mammillaria possibly elongata 3)Haworthia limifolia 4)Ceroid 5) Needs better photo 6) Notocactus sp 7) Echinocereus pectinatusThey all look like they could do with more...
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  12. Adam D

    Is this a Sedum

    It looks like Centranthus ruber, Red Valerian.
    It looks like Centranthus ruber, Red Valerian.
    It looks like Centranthus ruber, Red Valerian.
    It looks like Centranthus ruber, Red Valerian.
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  13. Jan H

    Christmas Cactus

    OK Sirius.....I feel a trip to B&Q coming on in my lunch-break!:)
    OK Sirius.....I feel a trip to B&Q coming on in my lunch-break!:)
    OK Sirius.....I feel a trip to B&Q coming on in my lunch-break!:)
    OK Sirius.....I feel a trip to B&Q coming on in my lunch-break!:)
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  14. nikirushka

    Aloe not happy

    I would water mine quite often (daily probably) and it was going brown/squidgy so we stopped watering it as often, I do it once a week now and it seems to have done the trick! All normal again.
    I would water mine quite often (daily probably) and it was going brown/squidgy so we stopped watering it as often, I do it once a week now and it seems to have done the trick! All normal again.
    I would water mine quite often (daily probably) and it was going brown/squidgy so we stopped watering it as often, I do it once a week now and it seems to have done the trick! All normal again.
    I would water mine quite often (daily probably) and it was going brown/squidgy so we stopped watering it as often, I do it once a week now and it seems to have done the trick! All normal again.
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  15. stumorphmac

    Aloe Vera

    Maybe :noidea: The nursery i got from has been there for decades and run by the same family but not a clue where he gets his stock from and it was offset size when i bought it. At least we know all ours...
    Maybe :noidea: The nursery i got from has been there for decades and run by the same family but not a clue where he gets his stock from and it was offset size when i bought it. At least we know all ours are related :grphg: :heehee: x
    Maybe :noidea: The nursery i got from has been there for decades and run by the same family but not a clue where he gets his stock from and it was offset size when i bought it. At least we know all ours are related :grphg: :heehee: x
    Maybe :noidea: The nursery i got from has been there for decades and run by the same family but not a clue where he gets his stock from and it was offset size when i bought it. At least we know all ours...
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  16. Gay Gardener

    Cactus help

    Thanks @Sirius that is really helpful. I did have a stab at identifying them myself but was quite confused with a few especially the lower left and lower right and the top right. Appreciate your...
    Thanks @Sirius that is really helpful. I did have a stab at identifying them myself but was quite confused with a few especially the lower left and lower right and the top right. Appreciate your exertise on this. Am off to the big city tomorrow so will browse through some books at...
    Thanks @Sirius that is really helpful. I did have a stab at identifying them myself but was quite confused with a few especially the lower left and lower right and the top right. Appreciate your exertise on this. Am off to the big city...
    Thanks @Sirius that is really helpful. I did have a stab at identifying them myself but was quite confused with a few especially the lower left and lower right and the top right. Appreciate your...
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  17. longk
    Like x 6

    Echeveria 2015

    @sal73 here they are, after nearly three weeks under the snow.
    @sal73 here they are, after nearly three weeks under the snow.
    @sal73 here they are, after nearly three weeks under the snow.
    @sal73 here they are, after nearly three weeks under the snow.
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  18. hattersmatters

    Cactus identification

    Thanks for the help and identification! The reason i have been asked to find out if it can be pruned is that it has grown to 8ft tall and is now too big for the conservatory.
    Thanks for the help and identification! The reason i have been asked to find out if it can be pruned is that it has grown to 8ft tall and is now too big for the conservatory.
    Thanks for the help and identification! The reason i have been asked to find out if it can be pruned is that it has grown to 8ft tall and is now too big for the conservatory.
    Thanks for the help and identification! The reason i have been asked to find out if it can be pruned is that it has grown to 8ft tall and is now too big for the conservatory.
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  19. longk
    Like x 3

    Kalanchoe x houghtonii

    Want one of those,
    Want one of those,
    Want one of those,
    Want one of those,
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  20. rosietutu

    Christmas flowering cacti

    Ones for last Christmas and one for this Christmas;)
    Ones for last Christmas and one for this Christmas;)
    Ones for last Christmas and one for this Christmas;)
    Ones for last Christmas and one for this Christmas;)
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