Posts tagged mammillaria hahniana

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Focus: Gymnocalycium saglionis, Echinocactus grusonii, Mammillaria hahniana, and Echinopsis chamaecereus.

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Mammillaria blooms and chilitos: M. heyderi ssp heyderi, M. hahniana, M. heyderi, M. nejapensis, M. cv. Ginsa Maru, M. prolifera texensis

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Mammillaria hahniana / Old Lady nipple cactus in bloom

Mammillaria hahniana / Old Lady nipple cactus in bloom

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Mammillaria love (clockwise from 1:00):

Mammillaria ‘Ginsa maru’, Mammilaria gracilis fragilis, Mammillaria nejapensis, and Mammillaria hahniana.

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Mammillaria hahniana / Old Lady cactus

Mammillaria hahniana / Old Lady cactus

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I finally got the Mammillaria hahniana and Mammillaria mystax into proper pots. They still look huge!

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Mammillaria hahniana / block effect two

Mammillaria hahniana / block effect two

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Mammillaria hahniana / block print effect

Mammillaria hahniana / block print effect

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Chilito Wednesday VI: Mammillaria hahniana

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Collecting seed:

1. Harvest chilitos (In this case: Mammillaria hahniana).
2. Eat a few.
3. Split the rest open.
4. Smush.
5. Make a mess and dye your fingers pink.
6. Let dry
7. Bag and date.

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Mammillaria hahniana / Old Lady Cactus

The previous gaps in the wool from the first harvesting of chilitos have already closed, and new fruits have emerged in neighboring valleys.

Mammillaria hahniana / Old Lady Cactus

The previous gaps in the wool from the first harvesting of chilitos have already closed, and new fruits have emerged in neighboring valleys.

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Mammillaria hahniana / Sembrando chilitos

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New Mammillaria hahniana headed home with me.  “How?” you ask.  Bribery.  I’ll admit it; I can be bought off with spikes.

New Mammillaria hahniana headed home with me. “How?” you ask. Bribery. I’ll admit it; I can be bought off with spikes.

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Here is a better shot of the frost damage from this winter on the Mammillaria hahniana.  It looks like there will be blooms on the damaged side, but I’m intrigued as to how the cacti will respond to the burn as it grows.

Here is a better shot of the frost damage from this winter on the Mammillaria hahniana. It looks like there will be blooms on the damaged side, but I’m intrigued as to how the cacti will respond to the burn as it grows.

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The winter damage has not phased the Mammillaria hahniana at all; today, it’s carmine-colored blooms made their debut for the season.