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Beitrag von GerFi » Mittwoch, 4 Oktober 2006, 23:22

Hi Chanin,

first, i'm sorry about my english.
I take the tread from here, viewtopic.php?t=1129
i'm very glad to see your pictures in this forum.
That is convincing to get some from Michael.

They are little differently to the till's.
Here are another two from me:

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What do you think about? is this plant like your:
Dyckia 'Lad Cutak' ?


and here one of my favor plant:

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http://gerfi.dyndns.org/~Bromelien/Forum/041006/

greetings
Gerhard

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Beitrag von chanin » Donnerstag, 5 Oktober 2006, 1:10

Dear Gerhard,

Glad to meet you, Too.

Comparing to the plant I got from Michael's, Yes, at first glance
I think your plant would be Dyckia 'Lad Cutak',
but as we know, there are a lot of hybrid in trade which look alike.
In fact, Dyckia 'Lad Cutak' is a hybrid from D.brevifolia x D. leptostachya,
so at least your plant must be propagated from pup not from seed, right ?

Your red-colored plant is really stunning...what is it?...let me guess,

it look like Aechmea recurvata red form, but with a long rhizome it should be a species in pendulous type of Neo. or it is Ursulaea tuitensis that I never seen the real one before.

Also in a link at the bottom of your thread, I found you have another nice xeric, determine from its leaf-spine, I think it would be a Hechtia ?
I would like to meet new friends in other part of the world and would be glad to trade plants or seed from this part of the world.

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Beitrag von GerFi » Donnerstag, 5 Oktober 2006, 19:58

Hallo Chanin,

Your red-colored plant is really stunning...what is it?...let me guess,


It is a ' Neoregelia pendula'


Do you like a Aechmea recurvata var.benrathii too ?
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Here are my little Ursula tuitensis:
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the Hechtia you ask for:
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it locks a little like the Hechtia montana in this tread.
viewtopic.php?t=1125&highlight=

Now, every night the temperature will be colder, but the living room is too small.

greets
Gerhard

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Beitrag von chanin » Freitag, 6 Oktober 2006, 6:39

Certainly, I love that Aechmea recuvata var. berathii.
Long time ago, I had this species and also a variegated form 'Aztec Gold'.
Today, only left in my house is Aech. recurvata red form.

Now, I'm waiting for a parcel post form our good friend, Joachim.
He sent me some interesting xeric brom, included Ursulaea tuitensis that I like.
I would like to meet new friends in other part of the world and would be glad to trade plants or seed from this part of the world.

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