Stuff to giveway: 34 served so far!

Lloyd Gordon

Cactus micrografter newbie.
Staff member
I've received some gifts. Some money and even cookies! All appreciated but totally unnecessary. In the future, If you like to show your appreciation beyond a simple thank you (which is all that is needed) you could make a small donation to a charity of your choice.
 

bernnie

Plant
Here's who I have left.

@Anthony.R N. bellii
*@bernnie Weingartia Small but would need a small box, you could try in a bubble mailer, might be Ok?
@plantant terrestrial utrics
*@raymond gibba and Sarr There is 1 Sarr left but it would take a small box, probably not too much to Brampton
@Cicindelid N. bellii, NOID nep
@SeeHarder anything.

If you're still interested in some small N. bellii, VFT, some simple Utrics, and maybe D. lantau Island and NOID nep. PM me. All except the ones marked * will fit in a mailer for $4-5.
if you think a bubble mailer, will work then go for it.
 

Raymond

Carnivorous Plant Addict
Just opened up the packaged and I was just in awe! amazing mat of gibba, beautiful sarracenia and drosera! and I thought the nep seedlings were pings for a second, granted its pitch black outside when I was opening this so I get a break. :p BUT, Lloyd amazing plants I cant wait to grow them up and share them out just like you've done.
 

Olivera

Carnivorous Plant Addict
All that's left is some gibba. Maybe some dews later in the season. Neatening up my pots and terrariums. I guess I have to propagate some more plants to give away next year :p
Keep me in mind please as I am always interested for some cacti/succulent.
Thank you for your generously,everybody seems happy for your gifts!
 

Lloyd Gordon

Cactus micrografter newbie.
Staff member
The Pereskiopsis can be in richer soil than other Cacti. I use a commercial Cactus and succulent soil, mixed with a little sand/perlite/vermiculite but much less than for other Cacti. I also water as soon as the soil is dry. They like to be fertilized when growth slows down.
 

Olivera

Carnivorous Plant Addict
The Pereskiopsis can be in richer soil than other Cacti. I use a commercial Cactus and succulent soil, mixed with a little sand/perlite/vermiculite but much less than for other Cacti. I also water as soon as the soil is dry. They like to be fertilized when growth slows down.
Thanks,that is helpful.
 

SeeHarder

Seedling
@Lloyd Gordon your plants have arrived home to the prairies! Totally blown away, there's so many plants to only further my addiction! Thank you so very much for doing all of this for so many of us. The time commitment alone is incredible!

They have all found their way into pots and under lights and my school teacher friend is already asking when I might be willing to bring them in for the kids to see! (I'm actually growing most of the capensis seeds from @stevebradford in hopes of giving them some to potentially grow in class).

One quick question, there is what appears to be some live spagnum in there - is there anything specific growing in there I should be looking for? If not I was actually looking to try growing some live moss so it'll be well cared for one way or another!

Thanks again Lloyd!
 

Lloyd Gordon

Cactus micrografter newbie.
Staff member
The moss I put in was to keep the plants moist and to keep microbes controlled. It's from my "too wet" sphagnum. If you keep it just moist but not wet, moderately bright light, room temperature and humidity, some air flow; it may grow.
 
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