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We had a good rain last week and morning and evening became cooler. Several Ariocarpus have started to open flowers. The attached photo is Ariocarpus fissuratus f Big Bend, sown seed on 31/10/03. I grafted seedlings on hylocereus undatus. The scion was
Looking at growing some Ariocarpus from seed, just wondering if you people would like to share some advice on growing theses little guys...
looking to buy some Ariocarpus seed or seedlings, does anyone have any they would like to sell?
Re the genus Ariocarpus: I have created this in response to the watering thread, I was only going to write a little bit on sand but got carried away. First I will say growing this genus successfully and most importantly vigorously is an art form an
I re-potted a few Ariocarpus seedlings, I said in another thread I would post a picture so here we go. There are a few additional pictures on my blog (see link below).
Today my Ariocarpus were showing off so I thought I would follow their example... From front to back left side is fissuratus, bravoanus, kotschoubeyanus. Right side is scaphirostris, hintonii, agavoides. The other pictures are of some astros that
The title says it all. What type of Hylo stock do people think that is? Looks different to the Hylo I currently have, much fatter and more rounded, in a triangular way A nice little rariety!!!