Added by on 2019-09-24

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] #desertplantsofavalon #cactiandsucculents #succulentplants Hi Guys 😀 In this video I water the majority of my Cacti & Succulents for the last time before their Winter rest period 😀 Check out my Blog on Overwintering Cacti & Succulents HERE: ★ Check out my website ★ Instagram: ★ Facebook ★ Twitter 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 8 months ago

    Hi Guys 😀 In this video I water the majority of my Cacti & Succulents for the last time before their Winter rest period 😀

  • Cora B 8 months ago

    I have a question about last watering my cacti. Here in Indiana, we've been having unusually hot September. Looking at the forecast, we could stay around 32°C (90°F) to the beginning of October. In fact, October 2, we should be at 35°C (95°F). Should I begin drying my cacti out now or wait until the temperatures start to lower?

  • Benji Francois 8 months ago

    Thank you….cheers

  • Hannahsarah Orkaby 8 months ago

    Mine are outside ,so what to do when it is raining

  • Clyde Morris 8 months ago

    Yes guys , I guess it's getting to be that time, it has been mostly in the 90s here till this week, I will be doing the same here, time to start holding back the water. I've been getting my greenhouse ready doing small repairs and cleaning up in preparation for " winter exodus" when all plants come back into the greenhouse, a real job! I will work harder during the winter than any other time, cutting wood, loading stove. Hard work but I love the results!!!!!!

  • Lyn, your polytunnel still looks so straight and organized, the plants all look so beautiful in there. It's hard to believe Fall is here already.

  • Pera Knežević 8 months ago

    I've seen most of the videos, but either I missed something or there wasn't any info about overwintering succulents in heated homes. I know it's not ideal for them to not have any cooler temperatures, but I'm curious, what do you think. If they're kept warm should they still be watered (only less) ?

  • Todd's Tropicals 8 months ago

    Cacti are funny here in Florida, there's a learning curve with our growing conditions.

  • The Veiled Sage 8 months ago

    Awww nooooo, I've got to wait nearly a month to Ava-lyn fix!! Hehe xx

  • Kathy Gilbreath 8 months ago

    Enjoyed the video as always and thank you for the info.

  • Diane Picard 8 months ago

    I also hate the winter

  • AFei Lee 8 months ago

    I stopped a couple weeks ago. We have so much humidity here that it takes longer to dry out

  • magda ka 8 months ago

    Hi can you please make a video (list) with just winter growing succulents-thank you

  • Carol Michell 8 months ago

    Very soon…particularly as the weather is becoming dull and damp this next week. The Ferocacti and Echinocacti and Echinocereus and tap-rooted plants have certainly had their last watering during the sunny warm “Indian Summer” . I’m keeping an eye on the overnight temperatures with an eye to bringing my Melocactus and The Stetsonia inside soon, and the Hylocereus too. Also time to unpack the heat mat for the young ( about 1 year old) plants and bigger seedlings…

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