Majcka's list growing from seeds 2014

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Here it is.
If I counted right it should be 102 of them. 8)
These species just waiting to be tucked in:

Adenium obesum double flower hyb.
Adenium multiflorum (probbably)
Adenium arabicum
Agapanthus sp. (African lily)
Agave durangensis
Avonia papyracea ssp. namaensis
Bombax ellipticum
Dorstenia foetida
Echinocactus dasyacanthus
Echinocereus chloranthus
Echinocereus fendleri ssp. rectispinus
Echinocereus nicholii
Echinocereus rigidissimus var. rubispinus
Echinocereus rigidissimus var. rubispinus cv. K.W.Biesel
Echinocereus rusanthus
Echinomastus unguispinus
Echinopsis famatimensis
Echinopsis haematantha
Echinopsis cinerascens
Echinopsis wrightiana
Echinopsis atacamensis var. pasacana
Echinopsis tiegeliana
Echinopsis laterita
Echinopsis rowleyi
Echinopsis obrepanda var. purpurea
Echinopsis ancistrophora
Eriosyce chilensis var. albidiflora
Escobaria zilziana
Escobaria missouriensis
Escobaria dasyacantha
Eucalyptus sp. (from Madeira)
Ferocactus cylindraceus ssp. tortulispinus
Ferocactus emoryi ssp. covillei
Ferocactus gracilis ssp. coloratus
Ferocactus townsendianus
Ferocactus wislizeni
Gymnocalycium paraguayense
Gymnocalycium pflanzii ssp. argentinensis
Gymnocalycium monvillei achirasense "Villamercadense"
Gymnocalycium mihanovichii var. filadelfiense
Gymnocalycium schroederianum
Gymnocalycium taningaense
Gymnocalycium uebelmannianum
Gymnocalycium rhodanthemum
Gymnocalycium reductum
Gymnocalycium neuhuberi
Gymnocalycium stellatum
Gymnocalycium monvillei "grandiflorum"
Gymnocalycium erinaceum var. paucisquamosum
Gymnocalycium uebelmannianum
Gymnocalycium spegazzinii
Gymnocalycium gibosum ssp. ferox f. nobile
Gymnocalycium ferrari
Gymnocalycium occultum
Gymnocalycium ochoteraneae var. cinereum
Haworthia fasciata
Haworthia margaretifera
Hoodia pilifera ssp. annulata
Lobivia aurea
Lobivia cinnabarina
Lobivia jojojiana var. paucicostata
Lobivia maximiliana var. violaciflora
Lobivia marsoneri var. iridescens
Lobivia jojojiana var. glauca
Lobivia backebergii
Lobivia cardenasiana
Lobivia saltensis var. spiralispina
Lobivia pampana
Lobivia cinnabarina var. grandiflora
Lobivia wrightiana
Lobivia oligotricha
Matucana winteriana
Melocactus ernestii
Mimosa pudica
Monilaria chrysoleuca
Notocactus scopa
Notocactus eugeniae
Notocactus mammulosus f. chaura
Notocactus mammulosus var. rubriflorus
Notocactus orthacanthus
Notocactus rutilans
Notocactus uebelmannianus var. flaviflorus
Notocactus roseoluteus
Notocactus ottonis var. venclusianus
Pachypodium rosulatum
Peperomia nivalis
Rebutia kranziana (orange)
Rebutia violaciflora var. knuthiana
Setiechinopsis mirabilis
Stenocactus vaupelianus
Stenocactus phyllacanthus
Sulcorebutia arenacea
Sulcorebutia steinbachii
Sulcorebutia verticillacantha var. aureiflora
Tacitus bellus
Tephrocactus geometricus
Tephrocactus alexanderii
Trichocereus pasacana
Trichocereus huascha
Weingartia erinacea var. catariensis
Weingartia kargliana f. pygmaea
Wigginsia sessiliflora var. macracantha

Some of them from koehres, some of Klub Kaktusaru (Czech Republic), some from BCSS, some from Aiko and some from other source.
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Now that's a list! :shock:
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Great list of species!
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So where's the rest of the family living this year, Maja -- after hubby builds you 3 new GH's! :lol: I feel like a "piker" with only @ 60 species/ssp. to be started. :roll:
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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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hoteidoc wrote:So where's the rest of the family living this year, Maja -- after hubby builds you 3 new GH's! :lol: I feel like a "piker" with only @ 60 species/ssp. to be started. :roll:
I'm not worried about starting up. In this phase they don't spend much space. I'm worried about WHAT IF 100% germination happens???????? ](*,)

Then they (family) will be in trouble. :lol:
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I am happy I will be sowing mesembs and other small African plants mostly. They hardly need more space in a few years time than the pots I will be sowing them in in two months time.
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I'm worried about WHAT IF 100% germination happens???????? ](*,)

Then sell them(seedlings) :laughing5: :cya: :cya:
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My new growbox got its first citizens:
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About 55 species and subspecies of cacti and other succulents are sown today.
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I'm getting restless, Maja. My big order from Alplain's hasn't showed up yet. Unfortunately (updated) Web Home page says Alan's mother-in-law passed away 1/8/14, so even tho he said it would be "after" mid-Jan, hoping it's not a long delay -- like people with big orders from MG/Steve Brack run into when new catalog comes out. :-k But certainly understand...
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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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hoteidoc wrote:I'm getting restless, Maja. My big order from Alplain's hasn't showed up yet. Unfortunately (updated) Web Home page says Alan's mother-in-law passed away 1/8/14, so even tho he said it would be "after" mid-Jan, hoping it's not a long delay -- like people with big orders from MG/Steve Brack run into when new catalog comes out. :-k But certainly understand...
Did you order aything very exciting?? :)
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Exciting -- only if they survive the Winters in-ground! :wink: Many strains of Echinocer's, a few not-commonly-regarded as cold-hardys, e.g. Eriocyse curvispina, Aloinop. spath., different ssp of Lob. aurea, & some Lewisia sp.
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One shelve is full:
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majcka wrote:One shelve is full:
It looks very nice and organized. Just my opinion/suggestion but once the seeds sprout I'm sure you could lower the light very close to the top of the containers.
Can I ask you why you chose not to use the baggie method? I realize this is very close.
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Ivan C wrote:
majcka wrote:One shelve is full:
It looks very nice and organized. Just my opinion/suggestion but once the seeds sprout I'm sure you could lower the light very close to the top of the containers.
Can I ask you why you chose not to use the baggie method? I realize this is very close.
Baggie method?! Hmm. I'm too curious for that. This is very easy to open and look into, I guess. :lol: And I don't have to buy seal bags, since I eat enough chocolates to use boxes for the purpose. Image

Well...lights are fasten that way I cant lower them. But I could lift boxes I guess. I spoke to a grower sking him about my lightment. Hesaid it is OK even for a bit bigger plants...so I reckon no lifting will be necesary. :-k
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Curiosity is a murder. I had to peek in. And I found a WINNER:
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Its name is Pachypodium rosulatum (4 days from sowing).
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