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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote #desertplantsofavalon #cactus #succulents Thelocactus hexaedrophorus Cactus Plant from Buds to Blooms. Please help support my channel by visiting my online shop here ★ Donate to my Channel: ★ Check out my website ★ Visit my shop ★ Instagram: ★ Facebook ★ Twitter How to get Cacti & Succulents to Flower Video: 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 3 months ago

    Hi Guys 😀 I am so happy to share with you my Thelocactus hexaedrophorus Cactus Plant from Buds to Blooms. <3

  • Scary Fear 3 months ago

    Those are neat. I think I like the ones with knobby geometric shapes.

  • Fam. Cactaceae and other beauties 3 months ago

    Flowers behing bars… That Thelo is a super stunner Darling! Lovely video you made! <3 <3 <3 XXXXXX <3 <3 <3

  • Clyde Morris 3 months ago

    Awesome plant!!!! I don't have this species. Thanks for sharing this great plant & flower !!!!! This is not one you see everyday! From Morris park in the Ozarks to across the Emerald Isle have a great Monday!!!!!

  • Miss Crunchy 3 months ago

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  • demonhalo67 3 months ago

    Veteran cactus plants are always held in high regard by collectors around the world:- knowing their size and imposition has taken a very long time, not to mention the history they have. Generally, the bigger, the older, and more spectacular the plant is, the less frequently they come on to the marketplace as collectors become more attached and less enthusiastic about "letting go".

    I occasionally do some cactus browsing on eBay and 90% of plants for sale are usually young/small specimens (inc both rare and common varieties). The older, bigger plants will command higher and higher prices. Private sales of extremely large or stunning specimens are rare, and it's usually ex-show plants, BCSS member dupicates, or people selling due to lack of space or ill health:- It's rarely anything else.

    I recall shopping on there about a year ago and I recall an entire cactus collection being listed due to the owner being struck down by terminal cancer. It was a teary read as you could see that the owner did not really want to part. In the end, I had to turn away as I could not bring myself to take on such a responsibility. The listings ultimately went to more courageous buyers who I am sure will continue the legacy.

    When we pass, we can no longer nurture or control what happens to our plants. We can only hope another is destined to provide the same care and protection. It is not something we think about or want to!, but the reality is we may go to bed one night and we're gone. Bill is no longer here, but his plants are in experienced hands and it is surely what he would have wanted.

  • Vladivostok 3 months ago

    What a beautiful cactus.

  • Molly Cher 3 months ago

    So beautiful to see the bloom. Gorgeous. The spines look ferocious ☺️

  • all those cacti wow

  • Whoa. You and them flowers…beauties always
    Loads of love
    Cactus power!!!!!
    from across the Atlantic

  • Alex Chapman 3 months ago

    I just sewed some of these

  • telikos oplo 3 months ago

    I am really liking your garden.

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