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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Hi Guys Here is my Cacti and Succulent Plants end of September update. I can’t believe its the end of the month again already 🙂 ★ Check out my website ★ 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


  • Chris Jay Tabarejo 4 years ago

    LOOOOOOOVE your videos!!!

  • SongLi Moey 4 years ago

    Hi, i have a little tall cactus, it has new branches growing, however they all turned black. What should i do? can you suggest the amount of water per week, note its just a small small cactus, in addition, I have a yellow spiked cactus, i dont know what you call them but they have different pulps on he main stem, they are tipping over as if they are too heavy.

  • Chris Coyle 4 years ago

    Hi Lyn, everything looks fantastic, as always. Will you be watering your cacti again this year? I'm not sure about mine, some of them could do with a watering but I'm not quite sure if it is getting a bit late in the year.Chris

  • Cactus TV 4 years ago

    I'm thrilled to see her beautiful cacti and succulents as well maintained … congratulations for their dedication! Thank you for sharing with us! Have a wonderful week ahead and a big hug!

  • bububububak 4 years ago

    3:19 the big darker Aloe in the corner – what kind is it? I have got that one at home (brought it from my holiday) and never managed to identify it. Aloe charengeniensis comes close look-wise, but I understand it's pretty rare, so that probably won't be it. Yours looks strikingly similar! Thank you for answering, it would make my day!

  • Outdoors And Botanical 4 years ago

    Wow! you have a huge Collection! you should go to some of the bogs in Ireland and see the wild carnivorous plants. there are 9 native types and 1 introduced type. the pitcher plant in 1906. I would really love to see that. I did a trip myself and it's an amazing sight to see. I would also love to see more carnivorous plant videos on your channel. just a suggestion. thanks

  • Gardening at Douentza 4 years ago

    A super video and it's great to see your whole collection. I started moving my succulents into the bubblewrapped greenhouse today and top dressing them with grit for winter. I don't know what is wrong with your mother of thousands but I have this plant too and I find it very unruly. It is top heavy so I have to be careful and it drops its devil babies into all the other pots :O
    Thank you for a super update and happy growing!

  • Chara Dreemurr 4 years ago

    brace yourself
    winter is coming

  • jay0kew 4 years ago

    6:14 That Gunnera looks great. I only know that plant from botanical gardens and I have never seen it in private gardens.
    9:32 Beautifull Hoya. The flowers look as they were made out of plasticine. Even though they look artifical they are natural beauties.
    14:12 Do I spot a seed pod on that Turbinicarpus ? (next to some Pleiospilos and Lithops)

    Yes Lyn, within a month you can move all the plants back inside… I hope you still have enough space !

  • Justmiss jamey 4 years ago

    So excited to see this..headed into fall and cold weather here too..i want to find a red headed irishman before it gets cold….what is the white furry beauty that looks like he has a punk rock wig on?? To the left when you walk into the greenhouse. .i LOVE that guy and want to find one next spring…lots of love and light from indiana..oh that mother of thousand, and string of pearls i want too haha making a list

  • nina pollock 4 years ago

    Your plants are beautiful. I just love your greenhouse. I am just now interested in succulents but I am having trouble with them rotting. I try not to water very often but they still rot. I have checked for insects, repotted them and nothing seems to work. I don't know what I am doing wrong. I keep watching your videos to try to research my problems. Keep up the good work. You have a great day.

  • Jecca V. 4 years ago

    I love your opuntias near the door! Cacti make for lovely protective plants. 😀 My aloe vera's in a bit of a growth spurt, too– I found two new pups coming off the base of the parent plant (which still has a set I haven't removed yet…). Fingers crossed that they don't make everything too crowded until it's repotting time!

  • Midwest Gardener 4 years ago

    I enjoyed the tour. We grow a number of sedums in our yard.

  • Tomasz Zaleski 4 years ago

    what a charming garden!!, fairytale like…!

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  • mick watson 4 years ago

    Awesome collection, have you ever kept Lithops, I used to love growing those!! Did you use to live in Birmingham as I am sure I can detect some brummy in your accent!!

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