Posts tagged mammillaria hahniana

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Update on Susan’s Nipple Garden
3/29/14 (top and bottom left) —- 8/23/14 (top and bottom right)

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

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Mammillaria hahniana / solitary

Mammillaria hahniana / solitary

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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.