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17 Comments

  • Joe Selewa 1 year ago

    hi I have a bout 20 defrent succulent out door
    how to overwinter succulents alive outside? I live in Chicago we get a lot snow and very cold weather.

  • jeanne orr 1 year ago

    I put all  mine on my  balcony , then  in the fall I drag them all back in. mine don't bite but I love yours ,thanls

  • Lane Mc 1 year ago

    What's the name of the Abominable Snowman looking cactus in the background at 4:33?

  • Spring 1 year ago

    Lynn, it has literally been in the 50s and 40s everyday so far, it's crazy! lots of rain but really temperate. Last year we had 4 ft of snow at this time last year. There saying it has to do with El Niño :/

  • Schuyler Michaud 1 year ago

    I live in Florida, they can stay outside here year round. Send them over for a holiday he he.

  • 3FLYTE 1 year ago

    It's gotten pretty cold here, too, in California. Not cold enough for frost, but now, we've stopped watering. The only water they get here is from rain and mist.

  • Orchids & a Dutchy 1 year ago

    I love your cactus collection, Lyn! Those tall ones don't look too easy to move. 🙂 About the conservatory's roof, would it help to hand a thin and large sheet of transparent plastic below it, on an angle, such that if water drips from the glass roof, it would fall on the plastic and slide and fall into a corner where there are no plants? I wonder if there is any way to make something that works but that doesn't show up too much and doesn't look bad.

  • Drone Girl 1 year ago

    That is one amazing selection Lynn 🙂 good job! Thumbs up from me! :)

  • annaisgrowing 1 year ago

    love this video. You seem so happy! Also, did you change your hair? It looks great all dark for the winter! Well done on the epic cactus move! (hope those crystals found some new areas around the home too…)

  • anna floris di orchids 1 year ago

    Oh wow, that's alot of work , but it's worth it . they look good and comfy ….keep warm, sending you sunshine from Florida. xoxo have a great weekend. .. 🙂 🙂 :-)

  • Alien 1 year ago

    I love you ….. (¯`v´¯)♥
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  • Marie Batteea 1 year ago

    Nice to see you again in this video looking forward to see how you organized your cacti in your next video. Thank you for sharing .lol xxx

  • North of Pontchartrain (BobMel's Gardening) 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing Lyn. Best wishes Bob.

  • garryentropy 1 year ago

    hard work, Seans bi-annual free acupuncture session, have a good one;)

  • mohannad al madanie 1 year ago

    look different when transferring them "bigger"
    i wish to help you in this nice work

  • Outdoors And Botanical 1 year ago

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  • Denise Mosley 1 year ago

    You have such a big job on your hands. Take it slow. Take care :-)

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