Unknown Cactus

----------------------------------------------------------------------- A poll associated with this post has been created, to vote and see th results, please visit http://www.gardenbanter.co.uk/showthread.php?threadidb25 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Question: Do you keep cactus - No I hate the darn thing - Not if I can help it - Yes, occasionall - Yes, I love them I own man ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, I bought this little tiny cactus about 5 years ago ... wel hopefully it's a cactus. I think it was called madagascar something o other.
But i just can't remember what the name is.
Now it's about 2 feet tall , has 4 or 5 spiny branches with round thick, leaves. It has bright pink flowers in groups of 3 on about inch sticky stems. What the hell is it. Id like to know what type o fertilizer it enjoys and how long they las - Julia229 Juli ----------------------------------------------------------------------- posted via www.GardenBanter.co.uk
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Your description is too vague to identify the plant but it most definitely is not a member of the Cactaceae. How about posting a picture of it?
What is the point of the poll? Don't like the badly worded choices given.

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sounds like it might be some sort of succulent but probably not a cati try rec gardening cati they are really good at id's On Wed, 26 May 2004 23:10:22 GMT, "Cereus-validus"

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That is if there was such a thing as rec gardening cati and if Julia2297 was an actual person and a not a thinly disguised spammer.
What in the freak is a cati supposed to be anyway? Plural for cat? It ain't no cactus.

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