Added by on 2018-10-27

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote This time we’re having some fun with some cuttings from our amazing Opuntia (or Prickly Pear) cactus. It was one of the plants that was already here when we moved in. We love it. When we had a a few days of rain recently a couple arms fell off. We’re thinking from the weight possibly because these pads can get really heavy. So we separated the pads, let them sit so the cut end can callous and then placed them in some soil. We also cut some other ones off that were growing in an odd direction and these have been sitting here also. We are going to plant them just outside of our wall. This area used to have oleander bushes (I’ll show you some footage of what it looked like here before). The oleanders were pretty and provided a lot of shade but they left so much debris. The leaves and flowers would drop constantly. It left such a mess, we could never keep it clean so we had them removed. Now our goal is to convert our landscape to cactus and succulents so here we go . . . . . . Heres some more resources for you if you want more information about this plant: Spineless Cactus Be sure to check out my blog at: And my other social media accounts at: Video Rating: / 5


  • Ross Johanson 1 year ago

    poor quality rock quarry having that much dirt! also next time go with 3/4 inch size as this helps minimize dirt. Also never hurts to wash your rock after the truck comes in for the dump run.

  • Gooner 1 year ago

    When do they grow fruits? I've had them for a year now in a pot and they havent grown any fruits

  • truther 84 1 year ago

    How long did it take for the cuttings to root?

  • John a 1 year ago

    What is the name of this song ?

  • Marissa Kay 1 year ago

    Why did you choose cactus over the privacy of trees?

  • Christopher Hauser 1 year ago

    do u ever give soil to indoor cactus growers slow down the bionic video taping im just being funny ha

  • Adam 1 year ago

    You are serious, girl! omg!

  • Sugoi Steel Claymore 1 year ago

    If u got tortoises, they like eating these thornless cactuses.

  • Shunnon Thomas 1 year ago

    Is there an update to this video yet?

  • Orchid and Kitties 1 year ago

    very nice project and enjoyed watching but I know you guys worked very paid off because it looks prickly pears edible?

  • Bart De Bruyn 1 year ago

    Very nicely done! We planted about the same ones along with some Yucca's and Dasylirion's in Belgium (Zone 8b).
    By the way; is that a Yucca Rostrata in your front yard?

  • stwarbig 1 year ago

    Muchas felicidades, muy buen proyecto… Me interesa que continúan los vídeos, para ver cómo han crecido…. Saludos cordiales desde Monterrey NL México.

  • gunterx voices 1 year ago

    Very soothing to watch.

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