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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Hi Guys 😀 today we fitted the polytunnel cover and started to bring some of the big cactus plants inside 😀 Thank you ALL for your amazing comments and continued support 😀 Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon 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 (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Video Rating: / 5

18 Comments

  • Grower George 1 month ago

    So happy to see your plants in the polytunnel, and wow.. at the huge cactus 43 years old from seed. and your cacti looks happy there, good look Lyn and Hans

  • SoCalif MBA 1 month ago

    Can you put spikes or landscaping pins (look like long staples that you hammer into the dirt) in between the tiles to secure it?…any instructions at the manufacturer web site? I see a few videos on youtube for the poly tunnel. oh….what about nylon straps on the outside of the polytunnel, secured by the landscaping pins or stakes in between the patio tiles, so as not to damage the tiles?

  • The Gardening Group 1 month ago

    Yeahhhh welcome to wee Norn Iron. Hehe. Your polytunnel looks fab. Please use sand bags. Bricks have sharp edges and may rip as time goes by. Also buy hot tap. 2 mistakes i have made hunny. Hope your well. Yeeaahhhh

  • Ryan Kennedy 1 month ago

    So glad you're all moved in! You and you're plants are going on a wild adventure! Sending you and Hans loads of love as always! <3 xoxox

  • Stephen Duffy 1 month ago

    you should set up that online nursery

  • Clint Ashley 1 month ago

    WooHoo! Great Job Guys and Gal! Can't wait to see it all come together!

  • Alexia Pons 1 month ago

    Hi Lynn, What an amazing Job You Guys Are doing putting Up The Tunnel. It seems so Big and Hope It Will Serve Your Purposes Until The deffinit One is set. Wish You a Great Weather and Some Help from Good Friends. Enjoy Your New Beautiful Place in Belfast. Waiting for Your Next video. From Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

  • Christina Eilers 1 month ago

    Hans is strong & lean due ro his healthy lifestyle!

  • Alex Chapman 1 month ago

    dont come a knocking if the poly tunnel is rocken'

  • Daniel Rykowski 1 month ago

    You have a lot of work. I have a similar plastic greenhouses but much smaller. 🙂 I wish you good luck on your new apartment. Hi. )))!

  • Kaitlyn Jacques 1 month ago

    Awesome video! 🙂 Those oats looked good! You have soo many plants! It makes me a little tired just to look at them all and think about all the work you still have to go! LOL I don't know how you keep up the energy to care for them all but they are all so very beautiful! 🙂 Love & Hugs! ❤❤❤

  • john mason 1 month ago

    Hey Lynn and Hans! I like the water barrel idea as it will warm in the day and give back the heat at night. In tying off to them I would put a bungee cord in the tie off to keep a constant down pressure on the greenhouse frame. Good luck with everything guys!

  • Jack Spellerberg 1 month ago

    Fantastic to see the progress on your polytunnel! All the plants look really good and have moved with, what looks like no stress! Thank you for the update and for making these videos I truly enjoy watching them!

  • Jacqueline Tweedie 1 month ago

    Well done guys. Can't wait to see the cacti and other plants in their new home. After all the hard work, you guys need a vacation in Jamaica. One Love!

  • Faith Chi 1 month ago

    Yayyyy!!! Lyn and Hans, looking even good-er today. I hope none of those giant cacti perforate the polytunnel. (It looks so cosy in there). I have mine held down with a few bricks and bags of soil…which are, er, neeeded. But, my polytunnel is in a sorry state due to the neighbour's arching trees which hang up to 6 feet over the fence – they're dead and should be removed altogether. Those trees have perforated my polytunnel during the usual high winds we get here. This is my 2nd polytunnel. So, no more for me. I'm getting a proper greenhouse when we finally move! Plant power and love to you all, Faith xox

  • I love the shape of that polytunnel, your plants will be happy there.

  • Buzzardgirl13 1 month ago

    Good job guys! Your collection looks amazing in its new home xxxx

  • Terry Thornton 1 month ago

    Hi Lyn, good looking poly tunnel. What type of heater are you thinking of and what minimum temperature? I'm in Yorkshire and have rebutia, parodia, opuntia and a few others all surviving last ten years in my unheated greenhouse. This year I have really expanded my collection (I don't blame you entirely :)). Not sure if they would all stand a cold winter so will be moving them into conservatory soon. Looks like you may need to dig a hole for that tall cactus in a year or two or lift the poly tunnel and stand it on a row of breeze blocks. Looking forward to seeing your progress in your new home. All the best for the future.

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