Archives for category: Cacti
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Just re-potteed (tricky job for sure!)

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(overhead)

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(in situ)

 

‘Mt Tiger’ Aloe is said to be a mini-ature form of millotii aloe. With narrow leaves and long white stripes and teeth, it’s shown here in a large pot as a dense mound of interwoven leaves.

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Cacti propagation

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Some of the big guys

little cacti

Assorted goodies

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Terrarium example

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A wee cutie

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Cacti in flower, from above

 

 

 

Some shots of the cacti room at Ponsonby Plants, a popular stop for cacti of all sizes, succulents too (of course).

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Succulent container no. 17 is a pot of succulents and cacti.

 

 

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Hand made bonsai pot

Mix of cacti and succulents with loose stones. The echevaria on the right is an echevaria pulidonis, native of Mexico.

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Hand-thrown pot by Marie Hewartson (Aust)

 

A blend of succulents and cacti – with white sand and a hand-made pot. Watered once a fortnight.

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Some unusual buggers in this old vintage pot. Starting at the top in the image above, we have:

Sulcorebutia Cylindrica Crucensis
Copiapoa Laui Lau

Obregonia Denegrii (a true cactus)
“Maori Doll” Euphorbia (euphorbias are technically not a cactus)

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Unique – “Maori Doll” Euphorbia close-up

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