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Succulents and cacti are supposed to be the easiest to care for, yet I've never been able to keep one alive for more than a few months! I'd love to see my own collection look like this one day


Free Your Wild :: Botanical Beauty :: Plants :: Cacti :: Garden Decor :: See more Untamed Nature @untamedorganica

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1: Add some rocks to the bottom of the vase. This will help with drainage when you water them. 2: Add soil. I filled mine to about an inch from the top, but it wasn't densely packed so there was still plenty of room for plants. 3: Plant a group of small plants in the soil. Be sure to space out any colorful cacti. 4: Cover the top of the soil with a thin layer of rocks. It's just for looks! So cute... done!

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A Organ Pipe Cactus Wall: an elegant wall for a desert garden. This looks to be Organ Pipe Cactus (Lemaireocereus marinates) and a little research shows that it has often been used for natural fencing in the past. Someone else has commented that this is a Mexican Fence Post cactus. See the comments below.


Verdadeiras jóias - Cactus and Crystals (Source: desertwandererdesgins, via milchreiskaetzchen)

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Me encantan los cactus y sus formas. Son muy originales para decorar terrazas y jardines.


Looks like an astrophytum.

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