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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] #desertplantsofavalon #cactusplants #cactiandsucculents Hi Guys 😀 Here is a tour of my Cacti & Succulent Collection in the Polytunnel 😀 ★ Check out my website ★ 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 4 weeks ago

    Hi Guys 😀 Here is a complete Update tour of my Cacti & Succulent Collection in the Polytunnel 😀

  • Iris Moles 4 weeks ago

    Lovely tour just found your channel so doing a lot of catching up subscribed so much info for beginners like me thanks xx

  • Delores Brown 4 weeks ago

    They are pretty cati and succulents

  • Aditya Parange 4 weeks ago

    Lovely collection, are Parodia Magnifica and notocactus magnificis same ?

  • Scary Fear 4 weeks ago

    Wow, very cool collection you have. Your videos keep turning up now that I'm looking for info on succulents. I love the tall ones. Too bad they grow so slow. I don't know if it's too late for me to get any since I'm in my 40s and they'd be little the rest of my life. I'd love huge ones. I post plant videos too. I just posted some Huernias I got as little babies.

  • Ann Hollington 4 weeks ago

    Absolutely amazing …. thank you for sharing

  • demonhalo67 4 weeks ago

    Yes, it's great to see the termination of new growth and flowers as we enter dormancy, (mostly anyway, *except yours Lyn!); as we know they're harnessing all their energy for another year. The end of dormancy for me normally beckons around the end of February, (if we get a string of sunny days, which we normally do in SSW England), with the rise in sun angle and direct sunshine, my trusty 'brain' Stenocactus is usually the first to erupt with a flush of purple flowers. I have never had any cactus form buds or flower for me in November, that's quite incredible Lyn:- especially a Cleistocactus!.

  • Diane Picard 4 weeks ago

    Hello again love your video, for the seedlings do you water them during winter when they are in the house, or not.

  • Kosta Ilić 4 weeks ago

    How do you grow them with no direct sunlight how did they not elongate?

  • 11:09 is variegated gasteria which I'm sure you know Lyn! So easy to make mistakes when filming isn't it. The one next to it is a sedum rubrotinctum aurora. I just got one today 🙂

  • You are the Queen of cacti and succulents Lyn! Congratulations on keeping such a healthy and diverse collection

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