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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote ? Check out my website ? Facebook ? Twitter CONTINUED below… Keith’s channel Groovyman 1968: Sean’s channel Rambles with my Camera: 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 Funky one By Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Video Rating: / 5

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  • Gardening at Douentza 4 years ago

    Isn't that just perfect to lift the winter blues 🙂
    Thanks for sharing.?

  • Gicu's plants 4 years ago

    Hi, Nice gift. You do not know how to name this cactus? how high can grow, will bloom?

  • Isidro Garcia 4 years ago

    My mother picked me up 2 fascinating cacti while she was on a trip in Texas , but don't what kind of cacti they are. Is there any way I can email you some pics maybe you would know??

  • MuddyBootz 4 years ago

    Santa may have been a little late….but it looks as if it was worth the wait! ??
    How did you manage to get them into the country?…….or is only problems sending UK – USA????
    I have gardening friends in Florida whom I would love to send seeds to , but i thought it was a no-no?

  • annaiskicking 4 years ago

    you two are so cute!?

  • Kid Vs World 4 years ago

    Hi I replied to you on the private message, did you get it? If so please send me an email and I'll send my address thanks. Kidvsworld?

  • Daniel Rykowski 4 years ago

    A wonderful gift. Saguaro (Wow!), looks amazing.

  • Bob Lt (BobMel's Gardening) 4 years ago

    Looks lika some great gifts from a great friend. Thanks for sharing. Best wishes Bob.?

  • DriveShaft Drew 4 years ago

    really nice gift indeed?

  • Andrew Fan 4 years ago

    Nice plants 🙂 that's a stag beetle?

  • September Phoenix 4 years ago

    Wow, just read up on Saguaro, it says a Saguaro without arms is called a spear, and that the first arm can take up to 75 to a 100 years to grow! It's blossom is the state flower in Arizona, and its scientific name was named after Andrew Carnegie, where my dad worked for the Carnegie Institute at Mount Wilson & Hale Observatories! Awesome specimen!?

  • September Phoenix 4 years ago

    ????? Wow, a Saguaro, I know that is going to thrive and grow old and healthy with you… and BIG!!! LOL… the spider! Good thing Sean has long arms pulling out those thorny things, what were those? Very nice of Keith, I used to live in Saguaro country, just beautiful! Take care, much Love and Light from Oregon!?

  • Debbie Gourley Bellinger 4 years ago


  • Amy Baker 4 years ago

    you guys are so great!!!!! I loved watching this video and the other one about propagating succulents. I've started to get really into terrariums and I was so happy to find your channel. Succulents should only be in open-air terrariums, right? I am so new to the whole green thumb thing, so I will keep watching your channel!!!! I live in New Mexico next door to Arizona and our state plant is the yucca. Pretty cool, excited to see more videos. Thx again for the tutorial on succulent propagation. <3?

  • Groovyman 1968 4 years ago

    Hi Sean and Lyn from rainy Arizona!! Glad my plants, and the bug, arrived okay. I am sort of a joker sometimes

  • Jackie Binkley 4 years ago

    lovely to see you both on there and what a good sport Sean is eh? Nice man to send you all those cuttings. Gardening and pet people are the best!!?

  • UK Here We Grow 4 years ago

    Great to see Sean on the channel too Lynn. nice when you get something you want through the post. Great episode guys catch you soon