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First photo this month 2020
Mammillaria bertholdii - Grafted plant on Mytrillocactus geometrizans
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Are they impossible on there own roots, slow or just difficult ?
varied collection of succulents and cacti but I especially like Euphorbia's and variegated agaves.
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I could tell you, but I’d probably be either banned or deleted. Sad to say...John E wrote: ↑Wed Feb 03, 2021 2:10 pmNow that the brouhaha concerning my pictures of Aztekium valdezii (discovered 2011) has died down perhaps Mr Hldyard could explain when the policy changed to allow pictures of Mammillaria bertholdii(discovered 2013) to be shown and commented on in the Forum. After all he locked the post in September 2016 because he said any plants from Mexico after 1997 had been illegally purchased.