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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote We are at the height of summer. It has been over 100F almost everyday for 3 months now. Rain has not come for more than 95 days and humidity is always below 10%. So how are my desert plants coping amidst this desert heat? Other suggested video: Mars Hydro TS 1000 LED Grow Light for my Cactus Connect with me: Emaii – MY PRODUCT RECOMMENDATIONS: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. By clicking and purchasing through my links, it won’t cost you anything more but it would surely help support my channel so I can continue making videos for free. Mars Hydro TS1000 grow light – Discount code: cactuscaffeine Also available through ebay: US: CA: UK: EU: AU: Spider Farmer SF1000 grow light – CXhome 600W grow light – CXhome 75W grow light – Tongs for planting – Black Gold Cactus Soil – Suggested Tomato Fertilizers (for cactus flowering) – Credits Music: Tambourin (Francois-Joseph Gossec) Flute: Lawrence Angel Piano: Gladys Torrado #desertgarden #cactus #succulents Video Rating: / 5


  • silve 34 3 months ago

    is it alright that cactus dsnt water in winter time? plz response

  • Michell Overman 3 months ago

    Hello Ana! We miss you! It’s been 3 days LoL

  • gene ward 3 months ago

    Did I see what appears to be a bird nest on top of the storage cabinet thing?

  • HugeBelle & Madi 3 months ago

    Your haworthias are looking healthy. I'm addicted to haworthias and haworthiopsis. I also lost lots of cacti during dormancy. I did'nt understand my cacti before but being with them for years made me understand their needs.

  • Robert Jackson 3 months ago

    Anna I have the opposite problem in coastal Northern California with fog and cool temperatures for my outside cactus. I admire how you are overcoming the trials of nature and a desert climate to grow all your lovely cati.

  • Wander n Spikes 3 months ago

    Hi Miss Ana. Its scorching hot too in the Middle East right now, around 40-45c, and maybe 45-49c by August. I was going crazy also because the humidity is frequently high. Thank you for this vid, I think I know now what's happening on my cacti.

  • Glasshouse and Garden 3 months ago

    It was great seeing your plants again – I don't understand why cacti suffer so much in your heat/sun because isn't that their usual state in nature? Is it because they are in pots and do not have a deep root run to get to natural underground water?

  • Nanith Colorenes 3 months ago

    Loved your vlogs ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Md.Nayemul Islam Nayem 3 months ago

    Can I get some types of cactus seeds from you???

  • Michell Overman 3 months ago

    Hi Ana,
    I love your videos, please keep it coming. I like that you show us the name and even the tags too! Please keep doing that, it really helps with newbies like me. Take care, stay healthy! Cheers! ☕️☕️

  • Cherree Densley 3 months ago

    I do enjoy seeing how your superb plants are doing in such high temperatures. Here in Australia of course we are having some very cold but sunny days, some frosty mornings, some drizzle and showers. We are opposite of course. My cacti are getting just a sniff of water, even so my desert rose is very soft and I feel that it will die. It is a wonderfully thing that we belong to a like minded group with such a special passionate hobby. What better thing to use our hard earned money on plants, my 4 children a are all self sufficient and don’t need me financially and I can put in a new order soon…at the end of August…for some new plants. I am ordering a new plastic house today to grow my spring veg seeds. Hope my dear husband will put it up for me….8 x 10 feet. Can’t wait. Love to you Anna.u

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