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PostSubject: Spring planting   Sun Aug 21, 2016 8:01 am

Just a small list of seeds I will be planting in the first round this Spring:

Astro capricorne x nuduum
Astro asterias x nuudum
Astro asterias x capricorne minor

Ario furfuraceus
Ario retusus
Ario trigonus x retusus
Ario kotschoubeyanus

Aztekium hintonii
Cereus forbesii spiralis
Epithelantha micromeris
Ferocactus latispinus var. flavispinus

A huge number of graciously gifted tricho cultivars.

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PostSubject: Re: Spring planting   Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:39 pm

Sounds like a great spring list!

I'm still kicking on with my Astrophytum cultivators. I'm hoping to sow some stock for future grafting - some mytrillocactus and trichocereus. I've got some aztekium seed also that I would like to start too. Plus maybe a mass sow of random seed I have collected over the last few months!
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