[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] Bizzare, unusual, unique, alien-like organisms which peacefully, quietly photosynthesise and grow, give life giving oxygen & transform dirt into leaves, fruits and flowers. These are some of my succulent/cacti specimens. It is autumn and they’re a little dormant and less vibrant, but still amaze me to see them grow over time, i’ve had some of these since i was in high-school and many of them were soo small when I first purchased them. Most of these specimens are from africa/asia/the americas, I couldn’t be bothered listing on the video all of the specific specimens, but there is many online and book based informations on these specimens you could use to specify the ones in the video. Unfortunately, many cacti and succulent species worldwide are becoming endangered and extinct. Some of the specimens in this video are considered rare and difficult to find, grow and propagate. I have actually lost many specimens due to the plants becoming stressed, over watered or having not enough warmth/light. It can be a challenge to grow a range of cacti, but the more knowledge you have on this unique field the more you can become a guardian of these sacred beings 😀 These organisms are intelligent and ancient. Video Rating: / 5
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