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New cutting delivery

Just got a substantial delivery of cactus cuttings from Serra Gardens, Malibu, California. Very impressed. They were seasoned, which means well callosed and ready to root, and exceedingly well packaged.

I got four whortleberries [Myrtillocactuds geometrizans], the fruits of which taste like blueberries; four dragon fruit [Hylocereus undutus] , the fruits of which have a crispy sweet apple flavor, and two cactus figs [Opuntia ficus], the common cactus apple, but this is a thornless selection.

Now I've just got to get them potted.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4
Zone 10a
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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