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First Flowers for two of my Turbinis. Turbinicarpus Schwarzii (Left) + Turbinicarpus Lophophoroides (right)
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
two very very small Turbinicarpus lophophoroides which show no pigment. they have some pale siblings too. [i] I will be away for a couple of days - how long do you think I have ? these are about 2 weeks old. [/i]
Has anybody got any tips for pollinating Turbinicarpus spp.? I have found them a little bit tricky to pollinate properly and often don't even get any fruits. Does anybody have an idea about this as I think I must be doing something wrong. Thanks.
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.
hello again I present my collection of Turbinicarpus Turbinicarpùs schmiedikeanus ssp jaguerniguii Turbinicarpus subetarraneos ssp subetarreneos Turbinicarpùs saueri ssp.knuthianus Turbinicarpùs schmiedikeanus ssp rioverdensis