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My "sunken bed" under construction. I am going to begin collecting and breeding Sarracenia on a massive level. I'll also be
producing some seeds for the ICPS from this. So much empty space...


Baby Drosophyllum




D. x nagamoto

Cleistocactus baumannii



Pilosocereus azureus

D. burmannii does not like the low temps I keep in the greenhouse--heated to ~45 at night.

Mammillaria matudae


Rhipsalis salicornioides--Drunkard's Dream, an epiphytic cactus so-named because the stem segments look like beer bottles.

Ruschia elevata

D. capensis trio--'alba' 'Red Leaf' and typical

I love the contrast between xerophytes and water-loving CPs. I'm so extreme in my tastes.


D. allantostigma

D. pulchella x omissa

D. allantostigma

Fenestraria rhopalophylla--Baby's Toes



Mammillaria mystax

D. capensis cultivar I'm breeding. Still haven't gotten there yet but I am 6 generations in. It's got some of 'typical,' 'red leaf,' and 'alba' in it.

D. spatulata of some kind--lost the tag. Either pure species or tokaiensis I think.

'Wide leaf'

D. binata


P. ehlersiae


Mammillaria hahniana--Birthday Cake Cactus

Mammillaria fragilis--Thimble Cactus

'Dente'


Rebutia minuscula

Gymnocalycium mihanovichii

Mammillaria nejapensis--Silver Arrow Cactus
Gymnocalycium baldianum--Chin Cactus

Mammillaria albicoma from seed, 4 years old

Ferocactus latispinus--Devil's Claw Cactus

Mammillaria geminispina


Cleistocactus straussii--Silver Torch Cactus

Mammillaria bocasana--Powder Puff Cactus, 4 yrs old from seed

D. peltata

Oreocereus celsianus--got on clearance at Lowe's. Roots were completely rotten. I slashed it in half and got the top to live. 2 years later I have this.

Pleiospilos nellii--one of the Living Stone plants; 2 yrs old from seed

As you can see, I sort of dual-specialize in cacti and CPs.
 
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Bical's looking good--can't wait for temps to get warm so I can grow it like crazy. I got over half a foot of vine last year. The leaves are ginormous! The plant's only 3 years old, so just a baby right now.
 

DragonsEye

carnivorous plants of the world -- unite!
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Nice shrubbery ya have there. :) LOVE the bical! A nep I really love but will never, in any likelihood, ever grow. Just gets to darned huge.
 
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