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Offlineadamj
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I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus!
    #2183964 - 12/16/03 10:59 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

I've been searching for cactus forums and such, but I couldn't find any. So I figured that there are alot of experienced and knowlegable people on this board, hopefully some who have seen/grown a San Pedro cactus.

I printed out a picture of a San Pedro cactus and went to my local garden store. Well these were the only two cactuses (in weblink) that closely resembled the picture. I asked one of the people working there, and they immediately said "Oh yeah, they look the same". I figured they just wanted me to buy it. If you ask me right now, I believe that these are San Pedro cactuses. But, I wanna verify for sure. I for some reason believe that there are 100 identical cactuses species out there. So if anyone can help, thanks! :smile:

Weblink: http://www.geocities.com/adamizero/cactus.htm


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Re: I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus! [Re: adamj]
    #2184090 - 12/17/03 12:05 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)



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Re: I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus! [Re: Ekstaza]
    #2184139 - 12/17/03 12:23 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

nope therenot SP. sorry, sp look taller and skinner, plus along any peticular ridge they are almost perectly streight.


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Re: I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus! [Re: adamj]
    #2184253 - 12/17/03 01:24 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

heh, and it's cacti (just to be an ass)


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Re: I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus! [Re: adamj]
    #2184402 - 12/17/03 03:04 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

it is hard to tell for sure from those small pics, but those look like pedros to me.

bob, all my younger pedros can have concave indentions between the spine sites, though they don't appear to be as deep as those.


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Re: I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus! [Re: adamj]
    #2184725 - 12/17/03 08:20 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

Those are myrtillos.... Grade A grafting material, not magical.


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Re: I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus! [Re: adamj]
    #2195179 - 12/22/03 08:11 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

Hi Friends!!! this is my first post. Adamj, I can tell you that you have a  Myrtillocactus geometrizans , the red one is a  Gymnocalycium mihanovichii var. fiedricchi and the one with white thorns maybe is a  Mammillaria sp .

Saludos  :thumbup:


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Re: I know this isn't the appropriate forum -- San Pedro Cactus! [Re: Jorge]
    #2195181 - 12/22/03 08:16 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

By the way, Eric the Red, the Pedro of your second photo needs more sun....

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