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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote ★ Check out my website ★ Facebook ★ Twitter CONTINUED below,, Here are the very first cacti and succulents that I ever had that are now over 30 years old 🙂 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


  • cactusnik 3 years ago

    Awesome Plants… they grew so well 🙂

  • zenek kozidelek 3 years ago

    od ilu lat się interesujesz roślinami

  • Arslan Baber 3 years ago

    its just one year passed to my cacti. my God keep them alive for my life long. amin

  • zenek kozidelek 3 years ago

    to jest niesamowite

  • Lane Mc 3 years ago

    This might be my favorite of your videos.

  • Desert Plants of Avalon 3 years ago

    +Emre Nickname Thanks so much for watching 🙂 Yes, Opuntia microdasy's do flower, but they are difficult to get to flower in cultivation, and I have had this plant for over 30 years and it hasn't flowered for me yet, but I am still optimistic that it will surprise me one day haha! Sending you an abundance of love and happiness from Ireland and have a WONDERFUL Tuesday XXXXX <3

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  • Nancy Mumpton 3 years ago

    Hi Lynn, I wish I had some of my plants from 30 years ago but, when I moved them to Phoenix from Rhode Island, they all died! Big change in environment and, at the time, I knew nothing about it! Now I do though and I have 400 potted succulent and cactus plants here outside in Phoenix! I love your old plants and I can see how beautifully and carefully you have cared for them!

  • Hecate moon & heart full of happiness 3 years ago

    Wow it goes to show what tender loving care can do .I had my 1st cacti which I grew from seed about 16 yrs ago when I was in my teens haha,other than the one I mentioned my teacher neglected before I left school which is still going strong.I'm so looking forward to you guys coming to Birmingham bet you will miss Ireland tho but will be fab to actually meet you both,you feel like celebrities to e lol .i will be adding to my collection soon hopefully with ocotillo plants of I can find any,anyway sending you both loads and loads of love and blessings for a magical week ahead from Heart full of happiness here in south Wales xxxxxx)0(xxxxxxx

  • Agata 3 years ago

    My Goodness, Lynn got her first cacti when she was -5 years old!!! 🙂

  • Growing Things 3 years ago

    30 years growing strong congrats Lyn !!!

  • annaisgrowing 3 years ago

    wow, that is so impressive Lynn!

  • Bruce Lee 3 years ago

    That's a wonderful accomplishment Lyn! I only started with a few a year and a half ago and now have lots of seedlings which I've started on my own : gymnocalyciums, astrophytums, mammilarias, copiapoas, melocacti and even trying some uebelmannia pectiniferas. 7 babies left out of 11. They are very very very picky. Wish me luck! And also good luck with your move! Looking forward to those videos indeed! Thank you for your wonderful energy!

  • Brandon'sChannel 3 years ago

    My first cactus was a chameocereus and was neglected when I first got it and had a few 6inch bits very cool flowers!

  • Bianca Weißer 3 years ago

    Dear Lyn, thank you for showing this wonderful old plants! It´s not always easy to keep the plants healthy and comfortable through all the years, especially when moving from town to town (or from island to island! Great respect for that masterpiece, and my best wishes for your next moving!).
    In Germany there is a cactus-nursery with a Echinopsis who is already 150 years old!
    My first cactus was a Chamaecereus silvestrii. It was the first cactus i really fell in love with, and it was a gift of my loved grandmother. She didn´t only give some cacti to me but also here great love to this wonderful plants. I ceep some of her plants now for 25 years, but they are already 40 and 50 years old. There is a really hughe Gymnocalycium baldianum, a Echinopsis subdenudata and – no question – some big pots with Chamaecereus 🙂
    I love the way how this plants accompany my familie and i hope they will stay with me and my descendants another 50 years…

  • Marconi Allotment Channel 3 years ago

    that's cool mate all the best paul

  • shane walsh 3 years ago

    Hi Lynn,oldest plants in my collection are probably over 20 years old,Echinocactus grussonii,Rebutia muscala(I sent you an offset last summer)& a few others whose names i have to look up.happy new year and happy cactus growing from Co.Kerry.

  • DynamicDarren 3 years ago

    I know this is a bit off color, but you look REALLY GOOD for being teenager + 30. :'3

  • mohannad al madanie 3 years ago

    what an amazing family that you have , i am sure that you understand each other very well
    have a happy time…thanks

  • Orchids & a Dutchy 3 years ago

    Wow! Congratulations on keeping them so healthy and happy for so many years! You were probably very young when you got them! I don't know what is the oldest plant I have, I must have lost track of them. The oldest orchid is from 2008, but my other house plants are older than that, but I can't remember when I got them. Have a great Sunday!! <3

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