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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote I have had a busy few days bringing in all the cacti & succulents from the greenhouse back inside the house again ready for the Winter, I share the fun few days with you and I show you the Before & After complete Plant Tour. CONTINUED BELOW….. ★ 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


  • TheRedfoot86 3 years ago

    I love your videos! You have a wonderful collection. I have a big collection of cacti, but no-where near the amount you have! The dedication you have for plants is inspiring. Keep up the great work, Lyn. And thanks for sharing another great video. :)

  • Growing Things 3 years ago

    wow Lyn that's a lot of plants lol

  • Alojzy Rzymek 3 years ago

    I have had this one cactus for a couple years and it seems to have whit spots on it that aren't raised but I don't know what to do about it. Also I have been having some issues with etiolation in the winter any ideas? Thanks!

  • Antoinette Brookshire 3 years ago

    I recently brought my Hens & Chicks plants in for the winter, it's beginning to get too chilly for succulents here in the states. I still occasionally put my plants outside if it's a particularly warm day. Like my Sage and Mint, if it's well above 40 degrees I sit them outside. However, I move most of them out to the huge window when it's really sunny. It gets hot there and my plants (and cats) love it.

  • Patty Sternjacob 3 years ago

    Hi, Lynn. You have a wonderful collection. I enjoy your videos so much. I have a nice greenhouse set up with heat for our cold, cold winter in Montana USA. The temperatures can easily get to -15-20 degrees Fahrenheit but usually is in the 20 degree range. We are going away for 12 weeks soon and wonder if my succulents will need to be watered during that time? I have lots of cactus as well. I just don't want them to rot if they get too much water. I can have someone water if necessary. This is my first time wintering them. My heater is set on 48-50 degrees Fahrenheit. I would appreciate any tips.

  • Sebastian S 3 years ago

    Wow that table setup with the wood spools is so smart. Random question, I have only been doing this for 2 years and I have found that I rarely get poked now, how is it for you? Moving them takes alot of care for a long time, are you super good at handling them? I have been handling roses and thissles most of my life and can hold them without getting stabbed as well, is this the same for you being a master of cacti?

  • Josh & Diana 3 years ago

    Oh what we do for our plants!

  • LaFore Artis 3 years ago

    Do you have all of your indoor succulents facing a Southern window for the winter? Since it's warmer inside your house than outside how will the succulents know that they're supposed to go into their dormant stage, or will they keep on growing?

    I love watching your videos. You share a lot of helpful information. Thanks for sharing!!!

  • Michele Dima 3 years ago

    O_O a lot! they are beautiful!
    How long did you take to create this beautiful garden?
    I wish you a beautiful flowering and we want the video flowering for spring ;)

  • PhobosAnomaly 3 years ago

    I would not want to play marco-polo in your green house.

  • Angie S 3 years ago

    You're my hero! ha I hope to have as many! What a job! I just planted 300 cactus seeds last week and I have about 100 larger cacti here in Ohio US.

  • Laura Scott 3 years ago

    You have a very beautiful collection of Cacti… Enjoy your wintertime buddies.. How many in total do you own? I ponder… Take care, Laura

  • Groovyman 1968 3 years ago

    What a happy house FULL of plants. Lots of clean air to breath! Do you have a "Toothpick" cactus? I think they are called Stetsonia. Thanks for sharing Lyn, amazing as always. Keith in Arizona

  • Sue Brady 3 years ago

    Looks great! And I've got to say, you have lots of room for more plants- some of those windowsill look positively sparse! ;-)

  • Mr. RedPanda 3 years ago

    I loved this video my favorite type of plants are cacti and succulents!!

  • Max Pixel 3 years ago

    Its great you got them inside in time. As you saw, on the MWCSS facebook page, I got mine into the basement about 3 days before our first big frost. It took me 2 days to get them all in and another 2 to get them all on the shelves. I really love your conservatory on your house, wish I had one. Although in Ohio during the winter its so gloomy I would still need extra lighting. The greenhouse just seems so unhappy with no plants. Enjoyed the tour of your collection. Lots of warm sunny thoughts and have a great weekend – Shawn

  • Gardening at Douentza 3 years ago

    I like this vieo and liked the one last year too. It's good to see what a proper plant lover does for her plants 🙂
    Thanks for sharing.

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