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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote #desertplantsofavalon #cactus #succulents Moving our 3 VERY tall Cacti from our Stairs into the Yard for Summer. Please help support my channel by visiting my online shop here ★ Donate to my Channel: ★ Check out my website ★ Visit my shop ★ Instagram: ★ Facebook ★ Twitter Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Video Rating: / 5


  • Desert Plants of Avalon 3 weeks ago

    Hi Guys 😀 In this video we Move our 3 VERY tall Cacti from our Stairs into the Yard for Summer <3

  • Valeriy Naoumenko 3 weeks ago

    Do these three bosses bloom every year?

  • Valeriy Naoumenko 3 weeks ago

    What a paradise for a man who is fond of cacti and beautiful women among cacti. Not to mention the passionate and expressive British accent, as I felt it. Hello from Kyiv!

    Very beautiful woman….opppss …cacti I meant. 🙂

  • Andrew 3 weeks ago

    It would have been interesting to see these got moved! Must be exhausting and a little frightening. Would suck to have a stumble and have one snap. I’d be depressed for months

  • Robstar 3 weeks ago

    what to do if cactus is leaning on one side ..shall I support it with some wooden fence or something?

  • Robstar 3 weeks ago

    You should create a public garden as a business …like this one in Spain….of course, they have the right weather :/

  • Lisemarie Caron 3 weeks ago

    wouldn't it be a good idea to cut them into 10 pieces, and replant them once they have sealed themselves, in order to propagate & create more flushes

  • Lisemarie Caron 3 weeks ago

    The trichocereus impress me, 46years old cactus , awesome lookin one, especially when u know how mush it cost 🙂 do you guys add nutrients to the water ? Or just pure water ? Sellers use nutrients which accelerate their canopy & , i would like to know which are the nutrients cactus want, and in which quantity's exactly at each watering time , just to provide the nutrition the cactus need which isn't present in the soil

  • Lucy T 3 weeks ago

    Lovely blue cactus. What does ur hand tattoo mean?

  • Nathalie Slachmuylders 3 weeks ago

    Wow they are beautiful! I've never seen something like your Brasiliensis, gorgeous and tree-like (to my eye). We here in Dublin have had two VERY windy days, coming to an end this evening I think, and here on my exposed balcony there has been some frantic re-organising and prayers to the sky gods : ). I hope Belfast had different weather, or, if not, that your tall cacti and your epiphyte blooms didn't suffer. Sending good vibes from the South

  • kale quick 3 weeks ago

    cook um

  • Taydrum 3 weeks ago

    Any ideas on the type of trichocereus that Hans planted? Peruvianus hybrid? Beautiful cacti

  • Mickey Rosato 3 weeks ago

    I wish we could've seen Hans carrying the cactus down the steps! I'm moving mine out too…only mine are a LOT smaller!

  • Jasper Lambert 3 weeks ago

    Strange that that trichocereus hasn't got any pups after all that time.. Beautiful cactus!

  • Daniel Hudson 3 weeks ago

    Wow, the cactus to the left at 4:56 looks almost like a tree! Nice Prince tattoo as well, by the way. 🙂

  • pendeskwatch 3 weeks ago

    46 years! wow!!

  • Piante Carnivore di Pigliamosche Advisor 3 weeks ago

    Hi! I am a collector of carnivorous plants, but the world of succulents fascinates me very much! It 's true that the borders are very thin indeed, there are not … I signed up and I will follow you with interest! Thanks! Greetings from Italy. Andrea Amici

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