clay lophs

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  1. kingpsilo

    kingpsilo Well-Known Member

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    Tried to get a little creative and make some lophs out of clay saucers,poly-fil,fake flowers a
    nd spray paint.
     

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    RhizoDork Fake it till you make it

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    Cool man! That's awesome!
     
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    Thanx bro.. That is just the prototype lol. Im working on bigger ones that are 3 tiers high...Im going to be vending at a 4:20 event tomorrow, and I plan on selling several of these and about a dozen clay pot mushrooms of different colors and sizes.. I will be posting pics of the finished products
     
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    Ok, i used my airbrush to paint these flowers.. new and improved prototype. Lol
     
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    Titus Creative PITA

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    Hey, those look cool! Those are what the five year old plants I grew and gave to RhizoDork should look this year, hell, they were ready to produce tons of seeds this season, hopefully he will share the seeds with the Myco-Tek community.
    Really cool kingpsilo
     
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    Thanx Titus !! Yea, I figured it was a pretty neat idea.. Came up with it..I don't believe there's any other person that has made a loph. from clay saucers,, Whats cool about it, is that it can open up and be a stash, ash tray, or yard decor.. There is a hippie community out in my area and this kind of stuff sells like hot cakes..lol Ive never grown lophs from seed's.. Ive always gotten them from south texas with about 5-15 years of age.. Im dying to get a few again.. Durring hard times I sold them to a good friend for some extra cash, now I regret it.. lol
    I had several grafted on some san pedros and one on a pereskiopsis.. Loph. Williamsii are truly a beautiful cactus..
     
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