How interesting. I would have thought you got way too much rain for cacti. But what do I know? (Don't answer that!)
it is so dry here, perhaps we should grow more cacti?!
I have never seen a cactus bloom in person. It looks pretty. :)PS: I've got a working computer again!!!
Those flowers are going to be spectacular when they open!
Who knew. It's a nice one.
That's a rather prickly post...with plenty of soon-to-be-lovely blooms.
"Le monde entier est un cactusIl est impossible de s'asseoirDans la vie, Il n'y a qu'des cactusMoi j'm'pique de le savoirAïe! Aïe! Aïe! Ouille! Aïe! Aïe! Aïe!" J Dutronc
Gorgeous tulips! ;-)
Just wondering...Been meaning ask you this-Question: Who declared Ocala the 'Horse Capital of the World'? Why? Are there cowboys in Texas that might want to take Ocala on? A throwdown?
the buds waiting to open look like spiresand the green is so lush
Beautiful Opuntia in bloom. You know I love this! :-)
Very nice indeed. You know how I love a blooming cactus! This one has quite a few blooms.
I wasn't questioning your fair city, just its title. Calm down, calm down. Man, that's one heck of a lot of 'horses' arses' isn't it?
I think it's called prickly pear cactus. Beautiful flowers. We have one species of prickly pear which freezes in winter and grows in the gardens. It has very similar flowers ... I'm going to sleep now. Sincerely, Peter.
Blessed Mother Nature!This cactus is wonderful!Léia
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