Photos courtesy of my mother, who has a gift for growing unusual cacti, succulents, and exotic shrubs.
oh kudos to your mother and her gorgeous garden
She has some wonderful wildflower areas, bountiful hedgerows, and woodland, too. It’s like a mini nature reserve/ecological paradise. I’ve never seen so many varieties of birds in one place, plus there are loads of different animals, including foxes, deer, hares and rabbits.
how lovely. I bet you love visiting.
Yes, I do very much 🙂
Yes, it is quite, quite beautiful 🙂 I think I’ve inherited my love of plants from my mother.
lovely garden!! Mine ( cactus) flowered once!! lol.
My cacti flower intermittently but I’m sure they’d flower more if I lavished the kind of care upon them that they deserve.
They really are exotic – nice to see the garden!
Glad you liked it, Christy 🙂
I have one of those succulents here in a pot – looks like it will bloom not too long from now 😉
Presumably it’s an indoor pot, as you’re in the cold season now. Come to think of it, your cold season is probably warmer than our Summer!
Indeed, it is 🙂
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