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hello again I present my collection of Turbinicarpus Turbinicarpùs schmiedikeanus ssp jaguerniguii Turbinicarpus subetarraneos ssp subetarreneos Turbinicarpùs saueri ssp.knuthianus Turbinicarpùs schmiedikeanus ssp rioverdensis
Don't have much to say about this one yet as I haven't had it that long. All I know is that I really like it alot and they are pretty rare too. Have wanted one for a long time and finally managed to get one. Wish I had more Turbinicarpus spp., they seem
Hey people, my name is Michael. I'm a new member from Perth, WA. I was seeking some of the latter plants. I would like to buy or trade and would be more than happy to pay for postage. Thank you.
Hi just wondering if anyone knows whether plants of the Turbinicarpus genus are self polinating.
I hope anyone with pictures will also add to this topic. I will be adding photos when i can off individual plants.
Hi! here in italy is still winter and these are some of our pereskiopsis graftings, taken under artificial light. hope you like them: carlo & daniele
Members please show me and the rest of the community your thriving plants this sping (well in Australia anyway), I would love to see them. Flowers are encouraged but the thread is certainly not limited to them.