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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote #cactusplants #succulents #desertplantsofavalon Hi Guys 😀 In this video I show you my Aporocacti and Aporophyllum cactus plants commonly known as ‘The Rat’s Tail Cacti’ that I have flowering in the polytunnel 😀 ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/desertplantsofavalon/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon 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 (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Video Rating: / 5

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  • Desert Plants of Avalon 2 weeks ago

    Hi Guys 😀 In this video I show you my Aporocacti and Aporophyllum cactus plants commonly known as 'The Rat's Tail Cacti' that I have flowering in the polytunnel 😀

  • AMAZING!!! PLANT POWER!!!

  • The Desert Plant Diary 2 weeks ago

    Hi Lynnie! I was wondering where our monsoon rain went, Ireland of course!!! Hahaha. I'm joking. I'm only too happy to get to keep he cacti outdoors a little longer. The blooms look so beautiful. Nice to know that the lengthier the spiky cacti the more flowers you get. Added bonus! The Pegasus is still blooming showing who's the empress once and for all. What a beauty. Thank you for sharing these beauties with us. I send you a lot of sunshine and warmth from the garden city of India to you and your plant family in the Emerald Isle Lynnie!!! Cheers and God bless.

  • Tinamarie Ussery 2 weeks ago

    I so wish i could find these here in my area guess I'll have to google them and pay the high prices. Your the only one i see with cacti that hang. I so love tjose videos

  • Katie M 2 weeks ago

    Sorry I've been commenting so much. :p But I need advice. I rescued a peanut cactus from Wal-Mart that had been spray painted blue. Is there anything I can use to get the paint off? Like rubbing alcohol or something? Or will it fade off naturally? Also, will the paint affect the amount of sunlight it gets?

  • Sheila Broad 2 weeks ago

    its interesting that even the flowers have fine prickles at their base dont know if prickles is the correct term lol beautiful

  • catmint4mrkitty 2 weeks ago

    Listen to the rhythm of the falling rain…..

  • Muhammad Hosni 2 weeks ago

    The flowers are lovely! And I love the cactus garden, it's so neat and has a lot of different species yet beautiful. cactus is such a lovely plant, and I have a question, why of all plants you choose Cactus? This channel gave more interest in cactus. I used to keep a few of some types along with the flowers I used to plant when I was young. What was special about them that they have such a steel will for survival they can live for months without watering and even I had one that I intended to plane but forgot it in the balcony for over one month in the summer, and when I came back it was still alive, I then named Cactus "the Undying plant" 😀 I enjoy watching your channel, plus the hobby it gives love energy. Thank you for such lovely video, lots of sunshine from sunny Egypt to your nice plants. Love and Blessings!

  • Rosa Artis 2 weeks ago

    Lynn, wish I could send you some of our weather. 95 degrees f. No rain in sight. Air conditioning running full blast. North Carolina USA

  • Growing Things 2 weeks ago

    That is beautiful Lyn! I love that Hybrid…less thorns lol

  • Ahmed Gomaa 2 weeks ago

    You still wonderful as usual and your collection of cactus is very attractive your big supporter ahmed from Egypt

  • DieAntwoord Rare 2 weeks ago

    Hello Lynne everyday I'm a bigger and bigger fan of your videos and thank you so much for your contribution :). It's not fully related to this video but i've been meaning to ask you this and i thought there no better way to do it.
    I've germinated some, for lack of the latin name, peyote, and I must have sown them around the start of June.
    My knowledge and research was very basic at that point so literally all i combined was some potting soil and I went to the river beside my house and got some sand/pebbles from the shore, and mixed it like 50/50 into the potting soil. Ordinary homebase bought soil.

    A lot of the seeds have germinated. Red little balls, I understand the redness is from sunlight but I also understand it's not too much of a problem and that they'll green out. They're in my greenhouse.
    Anyway, since the beginning of June the soil/pebble/sand mix has really changed in consistency like it's packed down, it get's quite dry like the top of the soil is a big flake but i do mist and water it when it needs it.
    None of the seedlings have died, however, do you think I should repot them into a typical cactus soil mix (now that i know what that is) and if so, do you think i should do it sooner rather than later?
    Or do you think I should be patient considering they are still alive?

    Kind regards, a humble Scotsman.

  • Brenda Kirk 2 weeks ago

    Kinda reminds me of Christmas cactus or Easter cactus

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