Number of posts : 446
Age : 56
Location : Lisbon, Portugal
Registration date : 2010-05-25
|Subject: Isn't it nice when the kids behave? Mon Jul 19, 2010 9:56 am|| |
decided to coordinate their efforts this year and presented me with a nice display this Saturday: Mammillaria blossfeldiana
SB1854 ex-Kuentz. Mammillaria fraileana
ex-Kuentz. Mammillaria hutchinsoniana
bought on a lot on eBay. Mammillaria mazatlanensis
from Amante Darmanin. Mammillaria sheldonii
ex-Kuentz. Mammillaria sheldonii
(at least that's what I think...) bought on a garden center. Mammillaria sheldonii "swinglei"
ex-Kuentz, one of the rare occasions I ever got a full circle of flowers.
Sorry for the poor quality of the photos, but I didn't have my gear handy and I had to improvise a little.
Number of posts : 416
Location : Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland
Registration date : 2008-11-12
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I have a lot of the Ancistranthae in flower at the moment, this is the best
M.mazatlanensis ISI 1235, an offset of a plant original collected by Bob Foster in 1964 ( the year I was born ) near Rio Piaxtla, north of Mazatlan, Sinola.
Number of posts : 70
Age : 36
Location : Romania
Registration date : 2010-07-16
|Subject: Re: Isn't it nice when the kids behave? Sat Jul 24, 2010 7:14 am|| |
Hello my name is Floca Ionut from Romania, and i am new on this forum, i am a biologist and i like very much Mamms and other cacty, this forum is very nice.
One of my Mammillaria mazatlanensis in flower
Have o nice day!!!, and a lot of Mamms in flower.
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