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Updated 9/25/2013
Opuntia aurea
Opuntia azurea ?
Opuntia basilaris x Santa Rita \"Baby Rita\"
Opuntia chlorotica \'Santa Rita\'
Opuntia decumbens
Opuntia ellisiana
Opuntia engelmannii ? scallopped edge
Opuntia engelmannii
Opuntia engelmannii x phaecantha
Opuntia ficus indica
" variegated "Sunburst" white spine
" Yellow fruit
" Peruvian yellow fruit
" Nipas, Chile Super sweet fruit low seed content
" Mexican bush, super sweet fruit, low seed content, soft tender vegetable pads, orange flowers
" Florida field grown produce
“ WinnDixie
Opuntia humifusa
" Northern spiney
"Northern normal
" Florida Devil tongue
Opuntia gomei
Opuntia leucotricha
Opuntia lindheimeri giant form white flower
Opuntia lindheimeri giant form pink flower
Opuntia lindheimeri linguiformis cow tongue
Opuntia lindheimeri normal
Opuntia lindheimeri round, scallopped and wavy with yellow flowers
Opuntia macrocentra
Opuntia microdasys
Opuntia monacantha
“ ‘Josephs Coat’ Rervert
“normal green
“‘Josephs coat’
“Green monstrose
Opuntia orbiculata (Until I hear otherwise)
opuntia paraguayensis
Opuntia phaeacantha Orange Flower
Opuntia phaeacantha x engelmannii
Opuntia pusilla
" hybrid medium sized super long spines
Opuntia robusta
Opuntia robusta ‘ monstrosa’
Opuntia rufida
Opuntia sheeri
Opuntia Species "Reticulata"
Opuntia stricta
Opuntia stricta dillenii
Opuntia stricta zebrina
Opuntia tomentosa
Acanthocereus tetragonus
Cereus forbesii ‘Ming Thing’
Cereus hildmannianus normal and fairy castle
Cereus peruvianus
Cereus peruvianus monstrose compact
Cereus peruvianus monstrose not compact
Cereus peruvianus compact 'Mini'
Cereus pervianus x aethiops 6 different varieties large - dwarf
Cleistocactus samaipatanus
Cleistocactus strausii
Cleistocactus ? Very spiny
Consolea corallicola (endangered)
Consolea falcata
Consolea rubescens
Cylindropunta monstrose aka Opuntia perita
Cylindropuntia arbuscula
Cylindropuntia fulgida ‘ mammillata’
Cylindropuntia imbricata 'Giant' normal form but crest at random
Cylindropuntia imbricata normal tree
Cylindropuntia imbricata bush form
Echinocactus grusonii
Echinopsis
Echinopsis atacamensis
Echinopsis pachanoi
Echinopsis terscheckii
Ferocactus wizilizeni
Harrisia justbertii
Harrisia simpsonii
Mammillaria decipiens
Mammillaria sphaerica
Nopalea cochenillifera
“Varigated
“Round tip
“Flat tip
Pereskia aculeata
Pereskia bleo
Pereskia grandifolia pink and purple varieties
Pereskiopsis spathulata
Quiabentia verticillata
Stetsonia coryne
Tacinga saxatilis ?
Tephrocactus articulates
Thelocactus setispinus
Tunilla Airampoa
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I also want to thank Tony, and MJPapay for having so much to do with my list.
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this year I am going to be trimming some Opuntia along a fence let me know if you have any interest in O engelmannii or O. phaeacantha
Here's to you, all you insidious creatures of green..er I mean cacti.
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You are on my hit list for sure Peter. I have tons of new growth and am just waiting for the new pads to harden. I was going to see if you wanted to do a box for box trade in a few weeks.
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Peter(theCactusGuy) - Boy there's a bunch of us Peter-types on this Forum :wink: I've had a dozen engelmanni seeds (& my humifusa + prob. ficus-indica) in the Germinator (with a 3 day hard-freeze "break") since 1/5 - nothing! If you have an unclaimed pad or 2, please let me know!
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There's no 12 step programme for Cactaholics...so I shall just have to get some more!!
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I will be getting some soon. I will keep you in mind. I have to chop some down that come out into a walkway. I think something fell too, possibly a saguaro so I will check out tomorrow and see what it was. It's been windy here tonight.

If it knocked out any cactus I will see what I can do.
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Marten very impressive list. I will be sending you some stuff soon.
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Thanks nullzerozipnadanoway. You know me if I have it you would be first to get it if you want it.
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Opuntia species "Reticualata" also called zebrina or dillenii but I don't think it is either.
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Opuntia pusilla
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Pereskia grandiflora / grandifolia
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Quiabentia verticillata
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Opuntia ficus-indica variegated " Sunburst"
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Opuntia monacantha / vulgaris variegated " Joseph's Coat" reverted to normal
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Nopalea cochenillifera variegated
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Opuntia robusta "Monstrosa" very doformed robusta. Unbelievable until you see the reverts. It truly is robusta.
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I'd be happy to do some trading in the spring. do you have seedlings of the things on your grow list or is that just what you grow? :-) The Echinopsis atacamensis looks like it'd be an AWESOME plant! Does it grow as slow as a Saguaro?
The Tacinga's look like they'd make a nice addition to a collection as well.
I'm sure If I took the time to look it over closely, I'd bet there's an Opuntia or two that would also make a nice addition.

I will have a few you may like, come spring. Harrisia fragrans and O. cubensis are two of my latest acquisitions that you may like. But we can talk more closer to spring.
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For the most part I have plenty of most on my list. I do only cuttings and some things I probably have too many of as far as exta cuttings I made. I sure could use that fragrans. Maybe I should chop up my simpsonii and make starts so I can trade with you.
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The growth rate is not the fastest but not as slow as saguaro.
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You have a wonderful collection of Opuntias. I will be back in FL next week. I would like to see what I can trade if you would like Bobby Z
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Nice list!

What does your "Cleistocactus ? Very spiny" look like? Any chance you can post a pic?
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