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GRAFTING EPIPHYLLUMS & RELATED CACTI

D. Graham (1994).

Mr. Graham begins with an introduction into why people graft in the first place. Not only epiphytic cacti, but fruit trees, roses, all sorts of trees and plants. He then begins an introduction as to how the epiphytic cacti grow. The following chapters explain about the selection of the host to graft upon (the Opuntia ficus-indica); how to graft, how to tie the pad to the pot, or tying up the pad in the ground. Other epiphytic cacti that can be grafted are also discussed: the Schlumbergeras, and Rhipsalidopsis. A very worthwhile publication that gives clear, explicit instructions on how to graft these cacti. Highly recommended. 29 pages total, including 11 color photos, and 16 b/w photos. 8-1/2 x 11, spiralbound. with clear plastic front and rear covers.........(#42900)..............Retails for: $6.95

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