Plant ID help

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Adamchadwick
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Plant ID help

Post by Adamchadwick » Sun Feb 21, 2021 12:31 pm

After such a lovely, helpful response earlier this year, I am posting some more images of cacti/succulents I have inherited. Thanks for any help you can give with identifying them.
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Phil_SK
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Re: Plant ID help

Post by Phil_SK » Sun Feb 21, 2021 12:48 pm

The aloe is A. ×nobilis, I think. The Selenicereus label looks right - a load of seed of this has come in to UK cultivation from a BCSS list a few years ago (I think it came from Gordon Foster at Oak Dene Nurseries) as setaceus hassleri.
Phil Crewe, BCSS 38143. Mostly S. American cacti, esp. Lobivia, Sulcorebutia and little Opuntia
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