post your cactus pics

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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    *It does look similar
     
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    JohnGlennsGarden

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    Hope your enjoying spring, farmer. 20180407_164306.jpg
    A couple of my jade babies are starting to take off. These will be gifts someday.
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    Nice.. I have a silver dollar Jade. I had a huge one that I gave to my mom
     

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    farmerfischer

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    Loving it.lol 1523134685987..jpg
     
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    JohnGlennsGarden

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    This is their momma. I got her for $5 at a garage sale, a few years ago and she has given me many starts. The hand made pot she was in then was worth more than $5! 20180407_165915.jpg

    Edit: Nice weather! Lol. We had a dusting, this am, but it's gone now. We're still a couple weeks away from nice temps, as well.
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    Very nice plant.. are snow was all but gone then we got hit with 14+ inches overnight a couple of days ago.. three years ago I had plants in the ground first week of April.. I'm not seeing any plants in the ground until mid may.. maybe earlier if we get a heat wave or something.
     
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    JohnGlennsGarden

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    Made gifts for the kid's teachers. We have a collection of garage sale mugs. She picked these 3 out. 20180524_204746.jpg
    Broke a glass bit drilling drainage holes. 20180524_202306.jpg
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    Nice,, I'm sure the teacher will enjoy them..
    When I drill holes in ceramic or glass I use a 1/8 to 1/4 inch Mason bit and put my drill on the hammer setting.. works pretty good..
     
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