Sulcorebutia

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juster
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Sulcorebutia

Post by juster » Tue May 21, 2019 11:57 am

Just one more addition to the many plants in flower that we are all enjoying, one of my many favourites, Sulcorebutia langeri (I pad has just tried to correct this to lingering!)
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Croydon Branch member, growing mainly cacti and Echeverias
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Re: Sulcorebutia

Post by rodsmith » Tue May 21, 2019 12:30 pm

A beautiful display, Juster.
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Growing a mixed collection of cacti & other succulents; mainly smaller species with a current emphasis on lithops & conophytum.
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Re: Sulcorebutia

Post by Eric Williams » Tue May 21, 2019 12:33 pm

I agree with Rod. Beautiful. Cheers
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Re: Sulcorebutia

Post by el48tel » Tue May 21, 2019 3:05 pm

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Not a pretty as yours Jean - but my corner of Heaven around midday Rebutia & Sulcorebutia
Continuing a journey of discovery as I grow cactus seeds and offsets, and discover all kinds of wonderful plants in Cactus Nurseries. Just love Echinopsis, Lithops, Aeoniums and Gymnocalycium .... and....and .... now discovering Rebutia (thought I'd never bother having lost one a winter ago) and Sulcorebutia and Aylostera .... from where did those Echinocereus plants arrive?
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