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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Hi Guys 🙂 Here is my Cacti & Succulent Plants end of November update ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ 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

15 Comments

  • Bumblebee 11 months ago

    Hi Lyn, that was a fantastic update, thank you for taking us around! I'm looking forward to your Mother of Thousands in flower. 🙂 I didn't leave a comment on the table video, but please know that I find them ab so lute ly brilliant!
    Is that tissue on the stake at 12:27 to protect your eyes?
    I wonder if you have a video on which cacti you could recommend for beginners or more specifically cacti that are easy to flower or tend to flower at a young age. I've always loved all sorts of plants and grew cacti when I was younger, but I never knew their proper names and if they were even flowering size. Then I fell in love with orchids and of course I'm into colourful flowers now. So I'd love to learn what to look out for if I would – purely theoretical, of course 😉 – search some that are easy to flower for beginners. 🙂
    Byyyee, so funny! :D

  • dotsthots 11 months ago

    Do you have Sedum frutescens? Of all the succulents I have kept, that for me is the most wonderful one of them all. It looks like a tree (my largest is 4ft tall), has peeling bark and has the most amazing vibrant colour leaves. It's deciduous too. If not, let me know and I'll send you a rooted cutting in spring. They are hard to propagate which may explain why they are not widely available, but I have managed a few over the years. There aren't many representative pics on google, I'll have to find one of my own.

  • Michael Brodzik 11 months ago

    Congrats you have over 10k subs now!!!!! way to go great videos great plants!!! keep it up I actually have an aloe now I might need to ask you about it needs a masters touch I think.

  • Nancy Estes 11 months ago

    Sending you warm hugs!

  • divyanshu yadav 11 months ago

    Crown of thorns 

  • Nancy Mumpton 11 months ago

    Hi Lyn, I wondered what happened to the beautiful Epiphyllum that was against the corner in the conservatory in back of the Aeonium. Also, do you water any of the Aloes in there since some are active in winter and flower? Here in Phoenix suburbs we have had temps in the low 40's and I have to watch weather carefully because chance of frost is coming now!

  • Groovyman 1968 11 months ago

    Hi Lyn!!  I just saw your video of my plant gifts I sent. I could be wrong, but I thought I sent you another Saguaro plant, check the tube, it may be at the bottom.  Cheers,  Keith

  • barbarab1001 11 months ago

    You seem so sweet 🙂 If I was a succulent I wanted to be in your conservatory lol. Can you do a home and garden tour someday ? I always love to see houses from plantlovers they are usually cosy. Maybe you have done it already but I cant find it. Take care, love from Holland.

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  • Chitra Coulton 11 months ago

    wow wonderful ,beautiful plants ,Do you have a count on the plants Lyn? happy growing,

  • Gicu's plants 11 months ago

    Your all plants are so amazing Lyn 🙂 I was very happy to see your Kalanchoe Daigremontiana in flower, and my kalanchoe is big too, posibill to flourish? and your big Opuntia it is fantastic, and Aloes and Crassula. Hello December Lyn 🙂 Happy Growing.

  • energymaven 11 months ago

    If you ever do a Q&A tell us how you acquired your addiction.

  • lee martin 11 months ago

    amazing collection theres hundreds of plants haha ive got some saguro seeds ready to sow in spring carnt wait haha

  • Alan Brooksby 11 months ago

    Burrrrr-zies. Looks cold. Keep those wonderful plants warm.

  • Mostly Nature 11 months ago

    Great update. Your plants allways look very well cared for.
    I noticed your venus fly traps there. Do you have an opinion on watering venus fly traps. Rain water or tap water. Mine never do too well and I'm not sure why.

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