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Variegated Opuntia?

  • Subject: Variegated Opuntia?
  • From: santoury@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 21:27:31 -0400

I know this is just a shot in the dark, and a little off-topic, but since Opuntia can be grown in many different situations, I figured I might give this a shot. I would LOVE some of the variegated Opuntia (Spineless, and if possible, without glocchids.) 
There are a couple on Ebay, but the names, and species keep changing, and I am not comfortable buying something that the seller just made a name for. 
I grow Opuntia ellisiana which is completely smooth, with no glocchids, and it's a pleasure petting them. 
Thanks, Jude

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