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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Hi Guys 😀 Today I have a fun day re potting a lot of my Chamaecereus Cacti commonly known as the ‘Peanut Cacti’ into new pots 😀 ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/desertplantsofavalon/ ★ 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 Hi Guys 😀 In this video I show you how to prune the dried up segments from the Medusa’s Head types of Euphorbia Succulents and I prune my Euphorbia flaganelli as an example 😀 ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/desertplantsofavalon/ ★ 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

32 Comments

  • Alex Chapman 3 weeks ago

    my chamacereus tripled in size in a month this summer, i put them outside for the first time they are 3 years old from seed and about an inch tall and llike my pinky finger, by the end of June into July they are larger than my thumb and like a large carrot around. One even has a pup!, I think they might flower in the spring !

  • Missy Priss 3 weeks ago

    Loved it! And you never have to apologize because the kind of people who watch these types of videos, do it because they love it. The longer the better.

  • Jack G. 3 weeks ago

    I am 34 years old and I think I may be one of the last generations that remembers getting into plants without the internet to help me. It is very strange to see younger people just go to the internet and figure out what to do. I literally remember years of not knowing if I was caring for any given plant correctly or not and people knowing that I was a weirdo, when you said that it really struck a chord. 🙂 lol

  • Cacti Mania 3 weeks ago

    Nice video Lyn. I met my partner through a cacti and succulent group 🙂 amazing how these things happen through love and passion for this hobby.

  • Raiv EclipseStar 3 weeks ago

    Hi Lyn if you want to find a substitute for peat try coir which is more envirmentaly friendly

  • Kathy Gilbreath 3 weeks ago

    They are definitely happy after the repotting. Keep us updated. :))))) I transplanted more of my plants last night. It’s the best feeling ever. Always enjoy your repotting videos. Thanks!!!!!

  • Western Spy 3 weeks ago

    I'm just watching while I peel a hundred and fifty magnolia seeds

  • Emmit Stewart 3 weeks ago

    Seeing you potting cacti and talking about soils reminded me of my Great-aunt Rita. She lived way out in the woods in west Virginia, about five miles away from the highway, and a quarter mile across the field and over the creek from the mailbox. She first taught me how to care for cacti. She didn't have many, and they weren't rare. Most of them were cuttings gifted her from friends and relatives. She never went into town and bought potting soil or fertilizer.. (with one pasture full of sheep, another full of milk cows, and surrounded by a forest well layered in leaf mould, she didn't have to. Nature provided anything she needed.) But what you most reminded me of was her cactus potting medium. I mentioned that she lived across the creek from the road. Well, when she had a cactus to pot, she just went down the path to the creek at low water and dug what she needed out of a sand bar. West Virginia has huge flash floods in the spring and summer, and they leave behind huge piles of well-washed river sand.

  • Bens Channel 3 weeks ago

    Hi
    Lyn my cuttings arrived yesterday thank you so so much they all are fantastic and look gorgeous x

  • Teresa Hockings 3 weeks ago

    Hi I have just taken an interest in the plants succulents and I would love them to be in my garden but the problem is my soil it is very clay and I don’t know how I can make it lighter for the plants it is quite a large area and I want it all down to succulent plants how do I change it before next year thank you very much Teresa 7xx

  • Overland Gardener 3 weeks ago

    Great video! I have heard you over the past few videos talk about not watering your cactus going forward until next Spring. Can you do a watering video on what you water and what you don't. I would enjoy your point of view and I think it would be educational for others as well. Cheers.

  • Ultimate Home Alone Gaming Channel 3 weeks ago

    Love you video can you shout out my channel please

  • Terry Klemesrud 3 weeks ago

    I enjoy learning from you so I thank you soooo much for your videos, Lynn!

  • Jan Alexander 3 weeks ago

    ❤️

  • Angela Peck 3 weeks ago

    Thank you for the wonderful tips.

  • Given To Grow 3 weeks ago

    Thats great Youtube brought you and Hans together? <3 You comparison on how we have to treat head lice was perfect. Theres just sometimes when you have to treat. Thank you for making os many videos. Right now I think a lot of ppl are super busy. I sure am.. Lately its been taking care of my pets,plants and myself taking up all of my spare time. I havent had time to do a video in a while. :/ However I am still able to sneak in and enjoy watching videos by people like yourself in the meantime. 🙂 Tip about clay pots. If you use a screen or mesh in the bottom over the hole you can use a chop stick or pencil etc. to push up on the screen (make sure the soil is 100% dry). This will push the plant and root system up out of the pot in one pop. The root system stays perfectly intact 99% of the time I do this.. which is a lot hehe. That being said.. with the shear amount of plants that you have I would think plastic would just be sooo much easier to manage than a million clay pots lol. I am also doing so much cleaning up of plants and repotting right now. I would make a crazy eyed emoji If i wasnt on my computer hehe. Thanks for sharing lyn! Hope you have an amazing day. 🙂

  • Cora B 3 weeks ago

    Great video!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • mysticshining 3 weeks ago

    Love the long repottings Lyn ;D I agree, so relaxing to watch.

  • Nancy Mumpton 3 weeks ago

    Can't wait for Euphorbia care guide! I have many and love them so. Even in Phoenix, I lose some!

  • Olga's dreamland 3 weeks ago

    Ok yesterday i went to a garden center to buy soil and they had one of this beautiful Euphorbia. I runned to it but when i saw the price i run away. It was so expensive. But it is so beautiful succulent.

  • Elena Gian 3 weeks ago

    Hi Lyn great video ,waiting for your video about how to care for euphorbias in the winter. Love and kisses from Greece to you and Hans

  • Cacti Mania 3 weeks ago

    Love these types of euphorbias. I have a similar one called inermis and it’s one of my favourites. I have to look out for the one if your video 🙂

  • Sara Dobravc 3 weeks ago

    I like your way too…it looks lovely

  • Adela B 3 weeks ago

    Very pretty and healthy plant, Loved it 🙂

  • Plant Maven 3 weeks ago

    So because they originate in Australia, the seasons are opposite ours.

  • Kathy Gilbreath 3 weeks ago

    Enjoyed the video. Cute plant.

  • Grower George 3 weeks ago

    Hi Lyn, I like the way how you take care for your plants, this plant is beautiful, Have a nice day 🙂

  • Joseph Barrera 3 weeks ago

    That is a nice plant

  • Joseph Barrera 3 weeks ago

    Hi friend, thanks for sharing videos with us.

  • Given To Grow 3 weeks ago

    So funny you posted this. Im pruning my as many of my echeverias today as I can. They look amazing but there are so many dead leaves I have no idea what could be lurking under there. hehe

  • cactuS Mann 3 weeks ago

    Wait….for them to lose their stem-leaf things is normal?I thought mine was sick or something.

  • maria villarreal 3 weeks ago

    Wow so cute

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