Maihueniopsis glomerata seeds

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Mike P
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Maihueniopsis glomerata seeds

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First time I have had a seed pod on a M glomerata. Will be sowing these shortly.
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Re: Maihueniopsis glomerata seeds

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That's exactly the kind of picture I was anticipating for the photo competition ..... perhaps with a bit of tweaking cum TLC.
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Currently being wooed by Haworthia, attempting hybridisation, and enticed by Mesembs.
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The fruit looks fairly well protected with spines as well Mike.
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