How to graft cactus seedlings - one result

Category: How to... | Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 4:12 pm

This is a follow up on an old topic.

2009-05-31 I made a graft, and the scion was a seedling of Mammillaria coahuilense. The stock I almost always use was Selenicereus grandiflorus.

Five days after the graft it looked like this...
2009-06-04


It start to grow very well, and 3 month later it looked like this...
2009-09-20


Now it has been over a year and I de-grafed the plant, let it rooting, then plant it in a pot.
This is how it looked 2010-10-23...


To compare with a plant grown on it's own root...


And yes, there are some buds there as well...


I have to remind you, this is a very slow growing species...
About the species

Finally...



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