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Re: new cactus arrived
Nice Jason. Let me tell you that if you plan to plant E triglochiaditus outside it will not stand precipitation much at all. I know this from experience. I grew lots of different cactus both platt opuntia and cylindropuntia Kleinís Cholla is very hardy and can take lots more water than The Echinocereus, but as it must have good drainage. In Kentucky mine were grown in A raised bed that was at least 60 percent gravel and rock The bed was raised about 2 feet above surrounding ground in two levels. Bed was about4 feet wide and 30 feet long surrounded by rock foundation dry stacked for drainage. I probably had 10 or more types.I had Opuntia imbricata that was probably 6 feet tall or more an the Kleinís cholla even taller. You will have good luck with these if proper drainage is provided.
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