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  1. 1
    SKU: 1328
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    Echinofossulocactus tricuspidatus
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    SKU: 6627
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    Echinocactus horizonthalonius var. subikii
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    SKU: 0822
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    Astrophytum capricorne niveum
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    SKU: 5278
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    Wigginsia sessiflora
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    SKU: 5261
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    Sulcorebutia totorensis Totora

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  1. 1
    SKU: 1157
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    Mammillaria luethyi, own roots
    By far the best and loveliest of all the Mammillaria. OWN ROOTS Approx 2 cm, flowering size.
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    SKU: 0152
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    Mammillaria compressa cv. YOKAN, own roots
    This strange Mammillaria makes a nice and tangled cluster of fine crests. Brownish-green or purple in full sun exposure with fine soft white spines.
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    SKU: 4634
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    Turbinicarpus lophophoroides f. monstruosus (own roots)
    It looks like a small black coral covered by minuscule white polyps. Beautiful and easy to grow. Plants on its own roots (not grafted), very rare (original clone from Thailand).
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    SKU: 5286
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    Thelocactus bicolor inermis (own roots)
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    SKU: 5401
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    Echinopsis hybrid cv. MADAME PELE (Schick)
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    SKU: 0211
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    Acharagma galeanensis L1187 West of Ascension, Nuevo Leon, Mexico 2650 m
    This uncommon (but very nice) cactus, has tiny finger shaped stems and will slowly form small clusters with dense golden spines. Spines are gold-amber coloured. Flowers tiny pale yellow on the apex.
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    SKU: 0119
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    Astrophytum capricorne
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    SKU: 0964
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    Astrophytum capricorne v. aureum - Long golden spines
    Beautiful plant with a fresh green body and very long flexible golden spines.
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    SKU: 0016
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    Astrophytum myriostigma nudum
    Beautiful form that only deviate from the well-known typical form for lacking or mostly lacking white flecks, giving a bright green colour. It is by some considered an extreme form of the subspecies potosinus.
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    SKU: 0575
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    Chamaecereus hybrid cv. BOOM
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    SKU: 0244
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    Chamaecereus hybrid (Mixed colours - seed grown)
    Seed grown specimens with different colours ranging from pale yellow to dark red with all the intermediate shades.
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    SKU: 0111
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    Chamaecereus sylvestris crassicaulis forma CRISTATA
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    SKU: 0106
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    Chamaecereus hybrid cv. PERLA DI VERONA
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    SKU: 0110
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    Chamaecereus hybrid cv. RAINBOW
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    SKU: 1039
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    Chamaecereus hybrid cv. VIOLET
    Chamaelobivia hybrid cv. VIOLET (Hybrid Chamaecereus sylvestris x Lobivia sp.) Very popular hybrid that develop really amazing deep violet flowers on the original "peanut" body.
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    SKU: 1040
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    Chamaecereus hybrid cv. YELLOW BIRD
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    SKU: 0900
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    Copiapoa hypogea barquitensis FR261 - 5km North of Chañaral, Antofagasta, Chile
    Dwarf species with tuberous-napiform roots. The stem is bronzed, depressed-globose, disc-shaped and almost sunken in the ground with white wool in the centre. Blooms yellow and scented in summer.
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    SKU: 0711
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    Copiapoa lauii FK 439 ,Esmeralda, Guanillos, Chile
    It is the smallest of the Copiapoa's and a very attractive clustering variety with lots of small heads when mature. It is easily identified just by its small size, brown soft stems, minute spines, large yellow flower and large tuberous root.
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    SKU: 1109
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    Coryphantha elephantidens forma prolifera
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    SKU: 0075
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    Coryphantha gladiispina SB711 Paila, Coah. Mexico
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    SKU: 0273
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    Cumarinia odorata
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    SKU: 0218
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    Denmoza rhodacantha
    It's specific name comes from old Greek and means "red spine" for the colour of its clusters of spines. It's a barrel type of cactus and stay globular during a long period before becoming shortly column-shaped.
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    SKU: 0450
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    Echinocactus grusonii v. brevispinus (inermis)
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    SKU: 0169
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    Echinocactus grusonii v. albispinus
    The Echinocactus grusonii v. albispinus looks just like a regular golden barrel but the spines are all glassy-white instead of yellow.This is a very nice plant.
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    SKU: 0129
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    Echinocereus reichenbachii v. baileyi SB211 - Quartz Mountains, Kiowa County, Oklahoma, USA
    # # # SPECIAL PLANT # # # (Selected specimen) Super flowers up to 12 cm in diameter .There are several varieties distinguishable by the colour (white, yellowish, fox red, brown or pink) of their spines, which are also weaker and longer.
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    SKU: 0810
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    Echinocereus rigidissimus v. rubrispinus L088, Sierra Obscura, W Chihuahua, Mexico 1800m
    This is a "must have" plant for any collection, its attractiveness is in the unique pink and violet colour and density of its spines.
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    SKU: 1112
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    Echinocereus triglochidiatus mojavensis RP 105 - Montrose County, Colorado, USA
    Beautiful form with heavy and waxy red flowers with green stigma in the centre.
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    SKU: 0949
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    Echinocereus viereckii ssp. morricali Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico (beautiful flowers)
    Clustering specie branching profusely from the base with almost spineless stems, it is a very fine sight in bloom, having few equals within the genus Echinocereus.
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    SKU: 0456
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    Echinocereus websterianus L098 Isla San Pedro Nolasco, Sonora, Mexico, 0-200m
    It can grow as many as about 50 stems in a relatively large clump. They bloom from April through July, and are very showy. Blooming generally begins 7 to 10 years after sowing, as the plant matures. In cultivation it often grows for a long time solitary.
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    SKU: 1074
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    Echinopsis hybrid cv. BEYOND INFINITY
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    SKU: 0289
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    Echinopsis hybrid cv. EDWARDIAN LADY (Schick)
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    SKU: 0103
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    Echinopsis hybrid cv. HAKU-JO MARU
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    SKU: 1070
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    Echinopsis hybrid cv. LOCHINVAR (Schick)
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    SKU: 1077
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    Echinopsis hybrid cv. PRINCESS ANNE (Schick)
    This cultivar produces solid pink blooms from a beautiful golden spined stem. Flowers diameter 12-13 cm! This plant is one of the most popular and appreciated Echinopsis cultivars by cacti enthusiast and hybridiser Bob Schick.
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    SKU: 1069
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    Echinopsis hybrid cv. SIERRA SKYLINE (Schick)
    Rooted cuttings in short supplies. This delicate cultivar has fragrant apricot to salmon frilled petals, it is the result of more than 20 years of devoted work by cacti enthusiast and hybridiser Bob Schick. Splendid!
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