Added by on 2020-05-29

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote In the previous episodes of ‘Plant One On Me’, we covered an extensive tour of the Limestone Display and Propagation House and Tropical Rainforest Greenhouse at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden. While I was waiting for Dr. Piyakaset, I decided to take a quick stroll through their Arid Greenhouse housing many of their cacti and succulents. This video had to be short but sweet. __ Homestead Brooklyn’s “Plant One On Me” is a series on indoor and outdoor gardening, houseplant home tours, greenhouse and botanic garden field trips, interviews, travelogues, and more. Write your questions and suggestions in the comments below the videos, on Instagram @homesteadbrooklyn #PlantOneOnMe, or Facebook @summerrayneoakes and @homesteadbrooklyn. ——————————– Cool Stuff ↴ ——————————– ➨ Become a houseplant guru with the Houseplant Masterclass: ➨ Order “How to Make a Plant Love You” the book: ➨ See my Houseplant Picks and Storefront And want to be kept up-to-date with all the great giveaways, gardening news, and latest videos and blogs? ——————————– Follow/Sub ↴ ——————————– ▶ Subscribe to YouTube: ▶ Weekly Vlog: ▶ Instagram+IGTV: ▶ Facebook: ▶ Twitter: @sroakes ( ▶ Blog: ▶ Newsletter: ——————————– Don’t forget: if you like this episode and the others, then be sure to “Subscribe” to this channel and hit the Notifications bell. This really does help keep the channel moving forward! Video Rating: / 5


  • Sammi Jane 3 months ago

    The sea of Golden Barrels… little emotional. Id have taken a seat for a moment

  • Inzamamulhaq Haq 3 months ago

    I need help identifying some succulent plant don't know it's name how do I send a pic

  • jananni123456789 3 months ago

    Loved that sea of cacti

  • Joshua Liang 3 months ago

    visit singapore gardens by the bay dome, a greater selection of cacti.

  • Twisty Sunshine 3 months ago

    Holy shit these gardens are huge! Such a long beautiful tour

  • Jem Jem 3 months ago

    It’s sad this was so short and the camera work was so rushed. I would have loved this video otherwise 🙁

  • TILER96 3 months ago

    !!!!!! LMAO “the sansevaria people” ☠️

  • Holly Hasegawa Nielson 3 months ago

    Wow, lots of cacti and succulents, so interesting and beautiful. I love the Echeveria Topsy Turvy, it's one of my favorite succulent that along with the Kalanchoe tomentosa, I have one in a 5 inch terra cotta and it's another of my favorites. Thank you for this short interesting video. See you soon.

  • The Green Acres 3 months ago

    Wow, cool video… Thanks for sharing!

  • Gypsy H 3 months ago

    Can we please have slower close ups of the plants, it’s a bit difficult to make out the plant

  • Barbara Lindberg 3 months ago

    It's funny to us how they would love dessert plants and find them fascinating but you're right, the lush jungle foliage that we find astounding is native and the boring normal for them. I've really enjoyed this video series. Thanks.

  • princess Luna kusuma 3 months ago

    oooh i never know monadenium ritchieii could grows dangling down like that, i thought they always grow straight up lol , thats exciting, learn something new

  • sc3pt1c4L 3 months ago

    how about show the plants rather than her wandering around

  • Sara Losman 3 months ago

    Is the Kalanchoe tomentosa sometimes referred to as "bear paw" or "cat paw"? I bought a very sad looking one from Lowes with no ID.

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