Please make sure JavaScript is enabled.
 
Profile Image Erin O'Neill

erino

Plant hoarder and full time mum. I also sew and have a bachelor's diploma in visual art, majoring in jewelry and metal smithing. Zone 10a

Sulcorebutia langeri

  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2021
  • Like Count 10
comment
erino

Finally it flowered, so I know know what it actually is.

6w
comment
sunlovin

It’s beautiful! I love rebutia. 🌞

6w
  • Season Icon Late AutumnLate Autumn 2020
  • Like Count 4
comment
erino

This one is getting huge too, I will degraft it in spring. #cactus #graft #rebutia

40w
  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2020
  • Like Count 14
comment
erino

It's about 5 times the size it was 😀 #graft #cactus #grafted-cactus

49w
  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2020
  • Like Count 6
comment
erino

Slowly getting bigger, how big is good to degraft? Approximately #grafted #graftedcactus

1w
comment
erino

If this has a yellow flower it could be Rebutia cardenasiana

1w
comment
heatherdirtyhands

Why do u want to degraft?

1w
comment
erino

@heatherdirtyhands I only attempted grafting it at it was a little cutting that had done nothing for several years but still looked alive (hadn't dried up or rotted away), so I'm hoping that since it has been growing now it might have enough energy to put out some of its own roots

1w
  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2020
  • Like Count 1
comment
erino

Still don't know what this is, any ideas? Sulcorebutia? Mammillaria? #cactusID #succulentID PlantID

1w
  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2019
  • Like Count 7
comment
erino

Happy little graft, growing really well now #cactusID #succulentID #graft

1w
  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2019
  • Like Count 7
comment
erino

What is it? This little guy was dormant in my possession for about 5 years, sitting on some soil hoping it would root, but it never did, so I decided to have a go at grafting and put it on a dragon fruit seedling. It's only been on there about a month and already it's started growing #cactusID #succulentID

1w
comment
sushiwaitress

Wow!!! that's amazing! Guess it reeeally wanted to live. Did it stay firm while it had no roots?

1w
comment
erino

@sushiwaitress yes it stayed firm, but it wasn't as green as it is now, maybe that's what stopped it making roots, not enough energy

1w

>