Arlington, TX

What the heat brings.

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Arlington, TX

My cactus bed. I lost many plants from our 17+ inches of rain this May but have added some back in.

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Cannelton, IN(Zone 6b)

Your garden looks really nice. Good job!

Americus, GA

Do you have any tips for getting the adenium to bloom? Mine just refuses to even though it gets decent sun, water and fertilizer.
Thanks,
Will

Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

Which varieties took the rain the best? I may have to rethink some of mine, too, based on this spring.

KINGSHILL, VI(Zone 14)

Will, full sun, and bloom fertilizer. They just grow with very much nitrogen. Morning and noon sun, rather than afternoon, evening sun.

Camilla, GA(Zone 8a)

Mine is in full southwest Georgia sun and loves it.. I rooted it it last spring from about 3 inches tall to over 2 feet// And I have buds.. I am so excited.

Larkie

Arlington, TX

Full sun and a lot of fertilizer. All I make sure of is that the pots get some shade but not the plants.

Dennis it was pretty random, meaning I didn't notice a pattern about which cacti rotted.
I did notice all of my E. coccineus and triglochiadus perished. I had multiple clones of each.

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