Okay, so here are the mature plants that I got the pups from in the last post. I’m not sure how old they are, some of them look to be quite established. I did not find any fallen pups under this plant. It’s pretty impressive.

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These little guys (below) were growing out of pockets of mulch that had collected in the large cacti (above).

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I did get a pup from this one, so if you recognize the genus I’d love to hear from you.

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There are two different species in the following photos. I didn’t find any pieces that had fallen off though. I really like them, especially the wavy one.   If you know what any of these are, please tell me 🙂

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These (below) were actually in someones yard. I love the large cacti, so beautiful. It’s probably about 15cm/6ft diameter. I took photos, and have asked to speak to the gardener of the household who will be home in a couple of days.

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