Lazarus arises

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Ernie
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Lazarus arises

Post by Ernie » Tue Nov 13, 2018 12:35 pm

I got this plant about 10 years ago when it was in a terrible dehydrated condition and to most peoples eye was dead or as good as. Today it has delivered what you see. Its in 14 inch pan. When I gave up several years ago I kept this and a small number of others, I am pleased I did.
Trichodiadema clavatum. Never going to win a prize on a bench but what's not to
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love about it.
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conolady
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Re: Lazarus arises

Post by conolady » Tue Nov 13, 2018 1:38 pm

It's beautiful! Fab flowers. I love Trichos. Haven't got that one but do have various bulbosum and densum.
First it was orchids, then, since c.2004, cacti and succulents. I'm into South African plants, mainly conos, lithops and haworhias, with a few cacti, especially 'posh' mamms, turbs and other smalls.
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Re: Lazarus arises

Post by Diane » Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:44 pm

Beautiful Ernie! Well done!
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Re: Lazarus arises

Post by colser » Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:45 pm

Would definitely win a prize on my bench :grin:
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