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Old 03-04-2021, 02:50 PM
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just to spice things up. here are some unusual flower spikes

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The colours on that cactus flower are amazing!
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i think it is prickly pear but i am not sure...bought a single piece at a local school's garden sale and it has grown into this lol
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Great! I think the cactus might be genus Nopalea. They're from tropical Mexico through Central America. They become trees. Once big enough they can flower all year,
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