Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences?

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Postby Ascendancy-Mike » Thu Oct 01, 2009 2:52 pm

DayLight wrote:you cant see it? i can...here is the link if anyone needs it

http://i62.photobucket.com/albums/h1...i/P1010527.jpg


that is by far the coolest monstrose I have ever seen. It's like a penis with some genital warts and other various diseases obviously obtained from cactus intercourse.
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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences? -

Postby mutant » Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:22 pm

great plant
looks way different
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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences? -

Postby Philocacti » Sat Oct 03, 2009 6:25 pm

i got this TBM a few weeks ago,

I grafted the tip of the arm on the upper left to a Stenocereus. It seems like it took but it's not showing any signs of growth

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I also grafted an areol, from another TBM, possibly the same clone, to pereskiopsis which i just took out of the humidity dome

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if i see any progress i'll post more update pictures
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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences? -

Postby mutant » Mon Oct 05, 2009 6:23 am

Welcome, good job, keep it coming, I love grafts!
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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences? -

Postby Philocacti » Tue Oct 06, 2009 12:45 pm

Thanks mutant :)

The pereskiopsis graft didn't work, I can't seem to succeed grafting TBM areols on perskiopsis, but i'll keep trying til i get it

The TBM tip on stenocereus started to grow, i will post pics when there's a noticeable progress
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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences? -

Postby mutant » Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:07 am

is it really worth it to graft tbms? they are not so slow growers... huh?

I am asking because I have some to 'spare'/graft and I have been experimenting with grafts quite a lot...
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Postby Philocacti » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:59 pm

mutant wrote:is it really worth it to graft tbms? they are not so slow growers... huh?

I am asking because I have some to 'spare'/graft and I have been experimenting with grafts quite a lot...


To me they are worth grafting. I have two different clones of TBM.

A fast grower
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and a slower grower which is the one that i grafted.

I tried grafting areols of the fast grower to pereskiopsis but it always failed. The areols would either rot in the humidity chamber or the would dry up after i take them out of the humidity chamber (i leave them for a week in the humidity chamber)
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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences?

Postby Philocacti » Tue Sep 22, 2015 11:42 pm

Here's the graft now

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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences?

Postby jbmac » Wed Sep 23, 2015 12:35 pm

If it's not against the rules, where to buy them. I had a bunch but stupid ex-wife did not water them and they died
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Re: Bridgesi monstrose clone A and B differences?

Postby Jamesrogan » Thu Jun 28, 2018 6:57 am

funny looking cactus :P
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