Added by on 2019-03-14

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote #polytunnel #cactiandsucculents #succulentplants This is a scary Vlog for me to make but It has been sub Zero freezing temps the last few nights, and we have been away for 2 nights and came home to find the HORROR that the Polytunnel Heater had not been on at all because the timer we had failed to work when we was away, and with Sub zero freezing Temperatures the past two nights only time will tell how all our Cacti & Succulents will cope as cold damage to plants does not always show until a few weeks later. ★ Check out my website ★ Instagram: ★ 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


  • Desert Plants of Avalon 1 year ago

    THANK YOU ALL for your INCREDIBLE kind words and comments and support <3 it been a scary few days not knowing how everything is going to be with the plants but so far so good as they are all looking healthy and happy thi morning and I will make a update video on them next week as only time will tell if there is going to be any long term damage but fingers crossed they are all looking well so far. THANKS AGAIN for all your kind comments and support XXXXXXXX <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

  • Denny Lustosa Horn 1 year ago

    So happy to see, that at the end your plants did withstand the short-term frost shock. I didn't have so much luck this winter and suffered a dramatic 95% loss of my collection. More than 70 plants, own-grown from seed, accompanying me since 2 decades. A battlefield of ugly frost damage at the end, which you mentioned correctly just showed it's pure face weeks after the happening. So I'm really really glad that you didn't suffer the same, as I enjoy checking your updates. Cheers from Germany. P.S.: the next is already sown here…

  • Plant Maven 1 year ago

    I would never want to experience this challenge. It scares me to death. So relieved that all is well.

  • Didi B 1 year ago

    Happy that your plants are good. My eyes were tearing, I was so scared about the situation. Hugs and kisses to both of you.

  • Mel E 1 year ago


  • John Wakamatsu 1 year ago

    I hope that your plants will be alright. I grow all of my plants outside and twenty-five years ago the temperature was 34F and a number of tropical plants died. My wife's orchids survived the cold weather. I used to have a small heated greenhouse for tropical succulents and the heater was controlled by a thermostat and not by a timer. I had plants that cost more than the greenhouse and that is why I used that type of heater. I grew cactus for more than twenty-five years and put them into containers and were stolen within a week. I was upset but, it was a good lesson and one should not keep plants in the front yard. Take care of yourself and your plants.

  • Gary Card 1 year ago

    What an amazing cacti and succulent collection! It was a close call, but everything is OK. It is a good idea to have a back-up heating system running simultaneously but independently, so if one system fails, the other is still operating. Many cacti and succulents are remarkably cold tolerant, but frost is a definite no-no.

  • Darlene Zanolini 1 year ago

    Can't say how thrilled I am for you. Glad to hear that all is well. God Bless.

  • Lynn Mew 1 year ago

    My head was with you watching you walk in there. Sooo happy everyone was healthy and happy in you’re prolly tunnel. I may have had a tear of happiness for you and hands.

    That Polly tunnel is quite the dream for me!

  • TheWarscoming 1 year ago

    Hey Lynn and Hansi try not to be too upset,we all know how much you love your beautiful plants,but never give up! sometimes bad things happen but we have faith in you both ok. Thankfully everything seems ok.

  • Sal Petrillo 1 year ago

    Thank God the plants are ok. !. In Long Island N.y. , We had temperatures of 4° Fahrenheit, with winds at 50 miles an hour. SAL.

  • Avant-Gardening Studios 1 year ago

    Newly discovered your channel. Nice to see your plants appear very resilient.

  • Peggy Lee 1 year ago

    I hope all your plants survive! It would be heartbreaking to loose such beautiful plants

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