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Descriptions (I think these are in the right orer):
Young catha edulis.
Psychotria viridis. The older leaves aren't very healthy due to environmental shock, but the new leaves are doing great!
Some advertising on a bag (and a loph on pereskiopsis graft, done earlier today!)
Sceletium tortuosum, one of which was used to make cuttings.
Two little peyotes, one of which was attacked by a bird, but it is doing fine now.
Young pachanoi on pereskiopsis.
Loph seedlings recovering from sunburn, rubbish photo.
More loph seedlings, but only ~70% germination rate with this batch (some have been used to graft).
Pachanoi on the left, a peruvianus in the middle, younger pachanoi on the right.
The box in which some of them are kept.
Flowers forming on sceletium? Another rubbish blurry photo...
My two lophs (re-potted), two T. Spachiani forming pups, the pachanoi that I took cuttings from (not pupping yet...), a myrtillocactus with loph graft, and an opuntia stenopetala, which would be great for grafts, if it didn't keep pupping all over the place!
Salvias, not very healthy because my parents looked after them for two months!
Another salvia. I'm cutting the apical meristem off from every branch once it has four nodes on it, to make it really bushy.
Five sceletium cuttings, planted yesterday. This is my first try at rooting scellies, so wish me luck!
Young datura metel.
Very out-of-focus heimia salicifolia. You might just be able to tell that the one on the far right is a mutant, with three cotelydons!
Salvia, deadly nightshade and henbane outside, not doing very well...
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