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Texas Horse Crippler Cactus Flowers & Fruit
 
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This is a video about a small type of barrel cactus called the Texas Horse Crippler Cactus, Echinocactus texensis. This plant is very closely related to the much larger and more famous plant called Golden Barrel Cactus, Echinocactus grusonii. PLEASE NOTE: These plants have become threatened or endangered in their native habitats in Texas and New Mexico and they are now very rarely seen growing in the wild, but they are still commonly used in the retail sales of cactus sprouts or the cactus and succulent, dish-garden industry. This was filmed over a few months time, during the spring, in Tonopah, Arizona. Please enjoy this and then go watch one of my other videos. THANKS FOR WATCHING! This was filmed with a SONY Handycam, model HDR-CX230 and edited with SONY Play Memories and SONY Movie Studio. ---------------------------------------- LINKS ---------------------------------------------- Here is a link to my Hedgehog Cactus Flower video: (9min.) https://youtu.be/SBvFBc3fOk0 Here is a link to my Ferocactus latispinus Flower video: (27min.) https://youtu.be/ldEiEJnQ1J8 Here is a link to my Various Ferocactus Flower video: (25min.) https://youtu.be/jfVapZvDV54 ---------------------------------------- TAGS ----------------------------------------------- Plant Name: Texas Horse Crippler Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Echinocactus texensis] Animal Name: Jumping Spider (female) [taxonomy:family=Salticidae] Animal Name: Morrill Lace Bug [taxonomy:binomial=Corythucha morrilli] Animal Name: Fang-less Night Snake [taxonomy:binomial=Hypsiglena torquata]
Views: 8046 featheredfan
Horse Crippler Cactus - Jay Brewer, Wildcatter Ranch, Texas - Unravel Travel TV
 
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Echinocactus texensis is known as the horse crippler cactus since its rigid, flattened stems with their strong spines often lie partly hidden in the prairies of Texas and New Mexico, a danger to any animal that stands on it. The plant is locally common in some places, like Big Bend National Park, but relatively rare in most of its wide range, which extends from the far southeast of New Mexico, across two thirds of Texas towards the Oklahoma stateline and the Gulf Coast. The species has good tolerance for frost and variable rainfall, hence its adaptation both for the hot Chihuahuan Desert and the moister grassland and woodland further east. The cactus is usually (at least) twice as wide as it is high, and may reach a diameter of 12 inches. Ribs are wide and prominent, bearing clusters of spines at intervals of 1 to 2 inches. All spines have narrow lateral grooves; the 5 to 7 radials are shorter, but still thick and sharp, while the single, downwards-pointing central spine is longer, up to 3 inches. Both the salmon pink flowers and bright red fruits are quite striking, and the plant is popular amongst cacti collectors, partly due to its resilience, being both frost-hardy and tolerant of increased watering. Wildcatter Ranch http://www.wildcatterranch.com Live broadcast Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltraveltv.com Unravel Travel TV Twitter http://www.twitter.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu
Views: 1864 Unravel Travel TV
HOW TO REMOVE FAKE FLOWER FROM CACTUS - HEAVILY GLUED & SPINY
 
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HOW TO REMOVE FAKE FLOWER FROM CACTUS - HEAVILY GLUED & SPINY. There was so much glue adhering this fake flower to the cactus, and it is a spiny cactus too. If the glue was on a smooth surface, it's not that hard to get off. However, add the fleshy, fuzzy, spiny, tons-of-glue factors in, and we have a problem.
Views: 8788 Vegged Out
Baby Cactus or Cacti Sprouts
 
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This is my first video, so please forgive me for not editing the bloopers involving ages of the bigger plants. Sorry, but some were two years old and some were three years old. Which is which, I'm still not sure. The smaller sprouts were all about six months old and the Golden Barrels at the end were still germinating and filling up the container. This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, in early spring 2013. These plants are not for sale. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. Here is a list of the plants in this video by genus: Carnegiea gigantea - Saguaro or Sage of the Desert Cereus ? - Apple Cactus or Hedge Cactus Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Barrel Echinocactus texensis - Texas Horse Crippler Ferocactus diguetii - (Giant Barrel) Neobuxbaumia tetetzo - Higos de Teteche xPacherocactus orcuttii - (natural hybrid of Pachycereus pringlei & Bergerocactus emoryi) Pachycereus pringlei - Cardon Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Pachycereus weberi - Candelabro Trichocereus candicans - (close relative of the Argentine Giant) Trichocereus tacaquirensis - (Subspecies taquimbalensis) I hope you like this video and have fun growing baby cactus in your own gardens. Thanks! FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan
Views: 22310 featheredfan
Horse Crippler Cactus Cigarette Card Location In Red Dead Redemption 2 II Guide Tutorial Walkthrough
 
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Views: 96 BecomingIncognito
Echinocactus Homalocephala Texensis Cactus _ Yr 2013
 
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Common Names include :- Horse Crippler (For the heavily spines that lies low to the ground, a hazard to horses, hence the name) Candy Cactus (For the edible and tasty red fruit. The plant is used to make a candy) Devil's Pin Cushion Scientific name :- Echinocactus texensis Synonyms :- Homalocephala texensis Echinocactus lindheimeri Origin :- This species is widespread and common in Texas, southeastern New Mexico, and Olkahoma (USA). It occurs also in northeastern Mexico (Coahuila, southern Nuevo León, Durango Tamaulipas) Habitat :- Chihuahuan Desert, grasslands, openings in oak woodlands, Tamaulipan thorn scrub, on deep soils, saline flats, low limestone hills or limy gravel above Permian red dirt. 0-1400 m; It is a very hardy cactus that grows hidden in the grass. A dense cover of ephemeral herbs or shallow blanket of snow can hide this species completely from view. Cultivation :- H. texesis will do its best with lots of sun, it becomes stressed with inadequate light which could result in weak spines, poor health or even death. It does well with cool winter time temperatures and will tolerate temperatures down below -18°C or less if the roots are kept dry. This variety stores water in the parts of the plant which are above the soil leaving the root system small enough to fit into a proportionally sized flower pot. Needs well drained soil. It flowers easily. Propagation :- Relatively easy to propagate by seeds.
Views: 1031 krisachar
The Botanical Explorer Finds One Of the World's Smallest Cacti in Texas
 
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Texas is home to an array of endemic plants many of them cacti. While driving through the vast deserts of west Texas, Joe stops to find one of the smallest Cacti in Texas. It's called Escobaria minima! Added to the endangered species list in 1979 due to enthusiast over collecting, it has become an extremely elusive plant. But although it is a highly endangered species in the wild today, Joe's trained eye is still able to spot this tiny plant.
Views: 4358 RevolutionOfThought1
Educating people about rare cacti
 
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(30 Nov 2018) LEADIN Cacti are among the most threatened groups assessed on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. For one cactus farmer in Spain, educating people about rare species of cacti is just one way to help curb the growing illegal trade in rare plants, as well as the impact of climate change. STORYLINE: Southern Spain's Almeria Province is home to some of Europe's most arid and unusual landscapes, some of which became the unforgettable settings of film-maker Sergio Leone's Spaghetti Westerns and their iconic scores by Ennio Morricone. Near the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park, a UNESCO biosphere reserve where all kinds of plants are preserved, lays the Cactus Nijar Tree Farm, a world of its own with cacti of all shapes and sizes, on display on the side of a steep hill. It is the home, and passion of cactus lover extraordinaire, Anton Brugger. He says that there is a revival of interest in cacti and similar plants. They can grow in a number of different areas in Europe, provided they are given the conditions they need. Although Brugger does sell cacti, his main work is educating people about cacti by offering regular guided tours. Participants learn about the different species of cactus, and how to best take care of each of them And they can see the plants when they're fully grown, which often prompts them to purchase their younger, smaller versions and grow them in their homes. Although widely viewed as virtually indestructible, widespread problems are threatening the cactus. Here in the Cabo-de-Gato National Park, Andalucia's largest coastal protected area with some of Europe's most unusual geological features, the most common cactus in the region has been blighted by disease. The reason is a cochineal infestation that destroys the Cactus opuntia, or Prickly Pear as it's commonly known, for which no cure for has been found so far. At the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew in London, which holds one of the world's most important collection of cactus species, the plants in the green houses are all healthy specimens. But, according to Paul Rees, Kew's Tropical Nursery Supervisor, cacti are officially under threat with almost one third critically endangered or vulnerable. It is not without reason that these symbols of the desert are gradually losing ground. Not only is there illegal smuggling of the rarer species, but increases in the temperature are having an impact on these plants, even if they are used to hot, dry temperatures. "If temperatures keep getting warmer they migrate higher and higher until they can't migrate any more. So a lot of alpine habitats tend to be under threat," says Rees. "The dryer habitats become - or the less water - the harder it becomes for these plants to survive which are already surviving in extreme conditions already." While there are approximately two thousand known and identified cactus species, new and rare species are found from time to time in remote parts of the world. When a new cactus is identified, the experts and Kew make sure they protect them from possible illegal uprooting. "We're very careful about giving information out about really rare and endangered species," says Alex Monro, Kew Gardens' Research Leader in the Americas Team. "If you look on our website, you'll see that for cacti you won't get any geographical information as to where those specimens have come from." Keeping even the most widespread species of cactus alive and healthy takes care and attention. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/570081c9f5f29c7a836f9907b6e8100e
Views: 525 AP Archive
Re-potting A Cactus
 
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Some useful tips for re-potting a very spiny cactus.
Views: 127 The Houseplant Guru
The Big Cactus Move
 
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This is a video about moving big cactus plants. There is a lot of noisy craning operations in this video, but I have sped up some of that for the time saving. This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, during the late spring of 2013. Please enjoy this and feel free to ask me anything about moving the big cactus. THANKS FOR WATCHING! Thanks goes out to the many people that helped to make this possible. First, I want to thank the cactus moving crew for all of the digging and framing and boxing of the plants. They are very skilled artists and the real stars of this video. Secondly, many thanks goes to the careful logistics planning and complex coordination provided by Mitschele's Landscape Maintenance Corp, in Phoenix, Arizona. Thanks again Taylor! Lastly, thanks to all truckers and especially the ones that carried these plants home. Of course we all enjoyed plenty of delicious Cambell's soup, during the filming of this video. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. ---------------------------- LINKS ----------------------------- Here is a link to the Part 1 of 3, of the new HD videos: http://youtu.be/K2PBSznehDQ Many thanks to the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona for everything that they do! They made this video possible and they have a great website. Please check it out at: http://www.dbg.org/ They also have a YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DBGVision Thanks goes out to the architects and landscape designers at Colwell-Shelor, in Phoenix, Arizona; for choosing only the best plants for this job. Here is a link to their website: http://colwellshelor.com/ The crane companies do this stuff all of the time. Here is a link to their website: http://www.cranerentalservice.com/ Many of these plants can be seen better in the long slideshow. Here is the link to that slideshow video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CL4CbL_Vg28 Some of these plants are also in the crested cactus video. Here is the link to that video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_Qfbuqn4-Q For an in depth look at the Pachycereus plants, check out this video of three different flower types: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUz2FHMhxlI FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Here is a list of some of the plants in this video: Agave (many) Agave americana - American Century Plant Agave macroacantha - Agave parryi - Parry's Agave Agave salmiana - Aloe dichatoma - Quiver Tree Carnegiea gigantea - Saguaro Cactus Cephalocereus senilis - Old Man of Mexico Cactus Coryphantha ? Coryphantha elephantidens - Elephant's Tooth Cactus Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Barrel Cactus Echinocactus texensis - Texas Horse Crippler Cactus Ferocactus diguetii - Ferocactus emoryi rectispinus - Ferocactus hamatacanthus - Ferocactus herrerae - Spiral Barrel Cactus Neobuxbaumia polylopha - Cone Cactus Neocardinasia herzogiana - Kalapari Cactus xPacherocactus orcuttii - (natural Hybrid) Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Cactus Pachycereus pringlei - Cardon Cactus Pachycereus schottii - Senita Cactus Pachycereus schottii var. monstrose - Totem Pole Cactus Pachycereus weberi - Candelabro Cactus Trichocereus or Echinopsis (many Hybrids) Trichocereus (Hybrid) - Flying Saucer Cactus Trichocereus brevispinulosus - Corn Cobb Cactus Trichocereus candicans - Trichocereus lagenformis - Trichocereus tacaquirensis - Trichocereus terscheckii - Yucca elata - Soap Tree ----------------------- END OF LIST --------------------------- --------------------------- TAGS -------------------------------- Animal Name: Bullsnake [taxonomy:binomial=Pituophis catenifer] [taxonomy:trinomial=Pituophis catenifer sayi]
Views: 33234 featheredfan
Three Cacti Fruit & More
 
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This video is mainly about the harvesting of three different types of cactus fruit. I was collecting them at the same time, so I combined the footage into one long video. Also, I have included some animal encounters, that you might want to see. If that's the case, stay with me to the end and don't fall asleep. OK This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. Here are the names of the cacti fruit that are shown in this video: Echinocactus texensis - Texas Horse Crippler Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Trichocereus candicans - (or Echinopsis candicans) I have also included an image of some Hedgehog fruit. The name is Echinocereus triglochidiatus - Claret Cup Hedgehog Here is the link to the crested cactus video project. It is an assemblage of many plants and it is a good long video. Please take about an hour of your valuable time to watch it Thanks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_Qfbuqn4-Q FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan
Views: 31306 featheredfan
How to Dig Up a Cactus
 
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Best offers for your garden - http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/1Wy5buU --------------- How to Dig Up a Cactus. A prickly cactus in the landscape does not appeal to all gardeners, while a dead cactus is a hazard in fire-prone areas. The approach you take to digging up a cactus depends on whether you plant to transplant or destroy the plant. Smaller cacti are the best candidates for transplantation, either to another part of the... Table of contents How to Dig Up a Cactus Things You'll Need 00:48 Tips & Warnings 01:50 Music by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/
Views: 280 Garden & Lawn
Cactus Container Tips |Darrell Dunten |Central Texas Gardener
 
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Cactus plants are clever, intricate, and fascinating succulents. Darrell Dunten from Living Desert Ranch makes it easy to grow them, even in containers. Host: Tom Spencer.
Views: 1210 CentralTexasGardener
005 - Paradise Garden - The Texas Hill Country Landscape (Cacti & Succulents)
 
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Some cacti, succulents, and woody lilies as they appear in the winter months. http://www.paradisegardentx.com Horse Crippler Cactus (Echinocactus texensis) [opening image] Nelson's Nolina (Nolina nelsonii), Black Lace Cactus (Echinocereus reichenbachii var. albertii), Gopher Plant (Euphorbia rigida), Scarlet Hedgehog Cactus, Echinocereus coccineus), Smooth Sotol (Dasylirion quadrangulatum), Eagle's Claw Cactus (Echinocactus horizonthalonius), Beaked Yucca (Yucca rostrata), Fishhook Barrel Cactus (Ferocactus wislizeni), Golden Barrel Cactus (Echinocactus grusonii), Queen Victoria Agave (Agave victoriae-reginae), Pitaya (Echinocereus enneacanthus), Artichoke Agave (Agave parryi), Purple Prickly Pear (Opuntia violacea var. santa rita), Whale's Tongue Agave (Agave ovatifolia), Tree Yucca (Yucca filifera), Texas Nipple Cactus (Mammillaria prolifera).
Views: 12091 Thomas Manes
How To Grow  Your Own Cactus In A Tub In Your Home.
 
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How To Grow Your Own Cactus In A Tub In Your Home.
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HOW TO GROW ECHINOCACTUS GRUSONII FROM SEEDS? | Barrel cactus propagation
 
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Echinocactus grusonii is a species of the genus Echinocactus of the family Cactaceae. In the natural habitat is found in some areas of Mexico. This cactus has a globular stalk, which at the mature age becomes barrel-shaped and grows to a fairly solid size - about 1 meter in width and height. Most often echinocactus is propagated by seeds that have very high germination capacity. Sow them by following the instructions on the package. But you can get a new copy in a vegetative way, if the parent plant gives a sprout, which is quite rare. If You liked the video, please Subscribe, and don't forget to share it with your friends! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqkwYS82FnE_xJiO7O8mQuQ?sub_confirmation=1 Help us to improve our channel! You can donate using PayPal: [email protected] Our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/azflorapage/
Views: 40084 AzFlora ENG
Evolution garden Auckland Flower show 2008 Coromandal Cacti
 
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Evolution garden Auckland Flower show 2008 Coromandal Cacti. www.cacti.co.nz The garden blends xerophytic exotics with Nz native plants.
Views: 153 flowershow guy
Survival: How to eat barrel cactus fruit in the wild
 
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The bright yellow fruit of the fishhook barrel cactus (Ferocactus wislizeni) ripens between the months of November and March. This cactus is found in hot, arid deserts from southern Arizona to Texas and in northern Mexico in the Sonoran Desert. The edible fruit is acidic in taste but juicy enough to satisfy the palate. The black seeds are crunchy and nutritious as well. The cactus is named for the distinctive curved shape of the thorns that resemble fish hooks. Another name for this cactus is "compass barrel cactus" because of its tendency to lean southward.
Views: 15080 Chad Zuber
How to get rid of cactus in Texas
 
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How to get rid of cactus in Texas!!! Thank Yall for watching Leave a like for more!!
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Ferocactus grusonii
 
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Charla Ferocactus grusonii
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Cactus Valley testimonial
 
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Cactus Valley Pool owners, Aaron and David Hagen, share reasons why their dramatic success and growth in the swimming pool retail business in Phoenix is directly related to their joining the Carecraft group in 2006. They have grown from 4 retail locations to 22 since they joined this buying group.
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FEATHEREDFAN Channel Trailer for 2014
 
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This is the preview trailer video for the FEATHEREDFAN channel, for the year 2014. This video is geared for the new viewers and those that haven't yet subscribed to my channel. UPDATE YEAR 2015 - I'm now using the YouTube video enhancement feature and I will leave this as the channel trailer video, until I upload the new one for this year. This video was filmed with a Sony Handycam HDR-CX230 and edited with Sony's "PlayMemories Home" software. This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, on one day, during the early spring PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL Thanks for watching! Please visit these channels and you may tell them that I sent you. Thanks! First is my number one viewer and super smart friend from down-under. The ZUDITAKA Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/zuditaka Here is the best YouTube channel in Europe. The HEARTFULLOFHAPPINESS Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/heartfullofhappiness This is my new friend from down-under. The KIDSWARONEVERYTHING Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/KidsWarOnEverything Finally, here is my close friend and a true genius. The AZ USMB Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/cactus00001 YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW: I will try to list some of the plant names here. XXXXX Plant Names XXXXX Agave (many types) Agave colorata (small, short bloom stalk) - Mescal ceniza Agave weberi (large, tall bloom stalk) (It may be a Hybrid.) - Maguey liso, Weber's Century Plant, Weber Agave Aloe dichotoma - Quiver Tree Astrophytum ornatum - Monk's Hood Cactus Carnegiea gigantea - Saguaro Cactus or Sage of the Desert Cephalocereus senilis - Old Man Cactus or Old Man of Mexico Cactus Cereus (many types) - Apple Cactus or Hedge Cactus Cliestocactus strausii - Silver Torch Cactus Cylindropuntia fulgida var. mammallata - Boxing Glove Cholla Cactus Echinocereus engelmannii - Engelmann's Hedgehog Cactus - Calico Cactus - Howe Hedgehog Cactus Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Barrel Cactus - Mother-In-Law's Seat Cushion Cactus Echinocactus texensis - Horse Crippler Cactus Euphorbia resinifera - Moraccan Mound Plant Ferocactus (many types) Ferocactus Hybrid - (skinny red petals) - It may be a cross between wislizeni and rectispinus. Fouquieria columnaris - Boojum Tree Plant Fouquieria splendens - Ocotillo Plant Grusonia invicta - Dagger Cholla Cactus Myrtillocactus (many types) Opuntia basilaris var. basilaris - Beaver Tail Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia gosseliniana - Violet Prickly Pear Cactus (Thumbnail Image) Opuntia santa-rita - Purple Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia Unknown - There may be several more, that I haven't spotted yet, in this video. Pachycereus marginatus - Mexican Fence Post Cactus Pachycereus pringlei - Cardon Cactus Pachycereus weberi - Candelabro Cactus Stetsonia coryne - Toothpick Cactus Trichocereus or Echinopsis (many types) Weeds of various types or ilks - Please tell me the name, if you know any of them. Yucca (many types) XXXXX END OF LIST XXXXX Here is a link to my previous channel trailer: (Slideshow) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rp8_2C3DM_0 FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan
Views: 3243 featheredfan
My Palm Trees, Yucca, Agave and other Plants
 
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I have 4 windmill palms 3 are all next to each other. 2 date palms. 2 pindo palms. 2 sago palms. 3 blue yucca gloriosa. 3 variegated yucca filamentosa. 3 native yucca filamentosa. 6 santa rita prickly pear cactus. 2 native Texas prickly pear cactus. 1 agave americana. 2 cast iron plants. 3 clusters of taro. 3 camellia japonicas. 1 eves needle cactus. 1 fig tree. 2 Texas silver sage bushes. 1 horse crippler cactus. Dallas Texas!! My Twitter : http://twitter.com/WesleyAPEX
Views: 550 WesleyAPEX
Echinocactus polycephalus
 
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Desert walk South of Barstow CA Пустыня к югу от Барстоу
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ABDSP_Pinyon Mountain_Jon Rebman_2012 01 08_EXTRAFLORAL NECTARIES_Jon Rebman.MOV
 
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Jon Rebman, Ph.D., curator of botany at the San Diego Natural History Museum since 1996, in the field in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, San Diego County, California, 8 January 2012, describing the extrafloral nectaries ("gland spines") of Ferocactus cylindraceus (California barrel cactus).
Views: 586 BotanyWoman
BIG BEND TEXAS DESERT PEYOTE NEIGHBOR - THE DONA ANA CACTUS CORYPANTHA SEEDS
 
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THANKS FOR VIEWING MY CHANNEL! I HAVE A CACTUS GIVE-AWAY COMING THIS WEEKEND, PLEASE CHECK IT OUT AND SUBSCRIBE. PLANT SHOWN IS SAID TO HAVE 1/5 TH OF THE STRENGTH AS STRAIGHT PEYOTE. I WILL NEVER KNOW, I DON'T EAT MY PLANTS. 500 SUBS WOULD REALLY MEAN A LOT TO ME. =) THE SEEDS FROM THIS PLANT ALL SPROUTED!!!! I AM SO HAPPY!!!! PLEASE SEE SOME OF MY OTHER CACTI VIDEOS. KEITH
Views: 807 Groovyman 1968
FROST OF CLOTH
 
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This is a video about the winter frost cloth, which is used to protect the plants from cold weather. As you can easily tell, I am not a poet, but I decided to upload this anyway. Yes I already know that it is a King-snake. This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, in late winter time. Below is a copy of the slurred words. So, check my spelling! The music track is Smooth_Ridin (from the YouTube Audio Library) Thanks for watching and feel free to comment, like or dislike and subscribe. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. ------------------------------------------------------------------- FROST OF CLOTH ------------------------------------------------------------------- Frost Cloth, a breathless veil, a verging of needle, spine and fiber, on unwoven parades, of uncovering grades, unfolding for all eagle eyes and any unseen cricket cries. I could never foresee every single busy bee, which might have brought you here to me. Maybe it's the position of the planets or the nature of the stars. Perhaps you're just planning to grow cactus on Mars. The small ant carries a heavy load, on scented pathways and then down into the cavernous farm she goes, down to the nutritious mushroom chambers, she sows. A plastic facade scrapes the sharp succulence, on chilly days under heavens gaze and we're catching energy ablaze, in a small dizzying maze, with wave fronts completely out of phase. Look Mom, it's the latest craze! Pass through the lanes, of internet chains, and behold the wonder, that plants can grow under. The savage Sun, in far off space, strikes atoms down, way, way deep inside and so begins the diverging slide, of a billion zigzag's stride, that so many common photons may ride. The tired rattlesnake sleeps in fractured stone, under rocky hills, of an old volcano's cone. The uncountable impressions play, on the mind today, in ghastly shades of white, green and grey. The textile mills produce a fabulous river of cloth, with spun-bound methods of melding the polyester thread; so we turn the rotations and lay out the webs of insulating spread and lo; the weeds of our dread, will still come back to each and every bed. The magnetic lines are quite powerful indeed, but even a mobbed gang of them could never hope to be freed, from the compounded grips of gravity's greed. When small furry creepers seek warm sheltered burrows, in hollowed holes, beneath cool meadow rolls, I sigh and remember the avid tolls, of our ever more mysterious souls. I hear the phantoms speaking all around, and from beneath each of the windblown covers that abound, come the woes of the long ago lost, in an eerie high pitch sound. Walk within the columns of bloated cuttings deep and soar among the clouds of what almost looks like sheep. What's that one there? By what name is it called? Well, I cannot say, because I'm simply appalled, at the milieu of drapery that someone installed. The long termite queen is carefully tended and kept very clean, by an army of small sisters, in her dark sunken throne room, far beneath your back porch misters. From high and from low, from left and from right, it doesn't matter if you watch this during a mid day coffee break or late into the night. From every rabbit trail and coyote's den and from every animal that I could never hope to pen, shall ring the echoed calls of a cold winter Zen. From that cozy recliner in the Red Canyon Desert, to the vast fields of the Arizona Riches, we have one request for you my dear; to break the bounds and strike a cheer, for then perhaps you'll never fear, to branch out a little and grow more cactus than I have shown here. Remember, I'll never know what you thought of the show, even after reading your comments below. Shall we go? END OF RANT -------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------- LINKS ------------------------- FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan --------------------------- TAGS -------------------------- Animal Name: California Kingsnake [taxonomy:binomial=Lampropeltis getula] [taxonomy:trinomial=Lampropeltis getula californiae]
Views: 568 featheredfan
Leuchtenbergia principis Cactus Flowers & Fruit
 
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This is a look at a few plants with blooms on them and also some fruit collecting. The Leuchtenbergia principis cactus is a small barrel cactus with very long stem extensions called tubercles. The cactus areole forms at the tip of the tubercle and produces the spines, flowers, hairs, etc. This plant is a very close relative of the Ferocactus genus and hybrids of the two genera have been made. This plant is not an Agave. This plant is not an Aloe. This plant is not a Yucca. This plant is not even a monocot. This was filmed in the summer and also in the fall, of 2014, in Tonopah, Arizona. This video was filmed with a Sony Handycam HDR-CX230 and edited with Sony's "PlayMemories Home" software. Please enjoy this and let me know what you think about these plants. Thanks for watching! WASP UPDATE: This is a type of Thread Waisted Wasp. The genus is Ammophila. Please let me know if you have any information on the many species of these solitary diggers. Thanks bug fans! ----------------------- LINKS ------------------------ FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan Here is a link to the wintertime video with a very short bit of the butterfly release: http://youtu.be/Cggo0dyoK2g ----------------------- TAGS ------------------------- Plant Name: Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Leuchtenbergia principis] Animal Name: African Spurred Tortoise [taxonomy:binomial=Centrochelys sulcata] Animal Name: Common Side-blotched Lizard [taxonomy:binomial=Uta stansburiana] Animal Name: Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly Caterpillars [taxonomy:binomial=Battus philenor] Animal Name: Digger Wasp Animal Name: Thread-Wasted Wasp [taxonomy:genus=Ammophila] Animal Name: Long-Nosed Snake [taxonomy:binomial=Rhinocheilus lecontei] Animal Name: Bull Snake [taxonomy:binomial=Pituophis catenifer] [taxonomy:trinomial=Pituophis catenifer sayi]
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Distilling Drinking Water Using a Cactus
 
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cactus flower 1
 
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cactus flower
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Cacti colony in the wild
 
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A ferrocactus uruguayanus colony in Uruguay. Cerro Largo, seccion 12. Cacti, Cactus, Succulents, Suculentas, Nature, Naturaleza, Uruguay
Views: 253 Laura Silvera
Gypsophilic Lifestyles of the Tattooed and Obscene : How Wealthy Creeps OverCollected
 
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How Wealthy Creeps, over-collected an already - rare cactus. Cameo by Gypsum Edaphic Botany
3 Waves of Flowers Time Lapse, Cactus Movie 17
 
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This video shows three waves of cactus flowers. Four minutes represent three nights of real time. The third wave shows many different types of cactus that open at different times. The music is "Fusiform" by Anitek
Views: 327 Hank's Cactus
Cactus of The Texas Hill Country
 
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Beautiful cactus of the Edward's Plateau, Texas Hill Country shot in Hi Definition. That's me playing the Guitar. These first two are finger style songs I wrote (1) Fishin' With Sam, and (2) Skinny Dippin' .
Views: 64 Rob Carpenter
Old Saguaro Cut Down
 
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Saguaro Cactus Cut Down
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Pete V's Spider with Jay Brewer - CrittaCam
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE NOW! http://www.youtube.com/CrittaCam Pete V's Spider with Jay Brewer . Check out how Peter enjoy's his new friend with Jay from Prehistoric Pets So SUBSCRIBE NOW and join in the ADVENTURE of a lifetime. Subscribe Now! http://www.youtube.com/CrittaCam Follow Peter on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CrittaCam Follow Peter on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/CrittaCam Follow Peter on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/crittacam Like and share this video and make sure to SUBSCRIBE to see our great new content each week as soon as it's uploaded.
Views: 820 CrittaCam
Devils Tongue Seed | Opening
 
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Another pack of hot pepper seeds from amazon Hello and welcome to our YouTube channel where we post plant videos for your enjoyment. If you did enjoy, please leave a like and subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching and plant on. Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/UnitedStatesGardens?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Website http://tucsonazgardening.weebly.com/
Views: 35 Doomsday Preppers
Prickly Pear Fruit Foraging and Harvesting
 
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The Seventh Annual Prickly Pear Festival hosted by the Superior Chamber of Commerce is set for Saturday, August 18th 2018, from 7am to 6 pm, in the quaint and dynamic mountain town of Superior, Arizona. The festival celebrates all the edible wonders of the Sonoran Desert while showcasing the many products and health benefits of the Prickly Pear cactus. Along with the festival activities, most of the local restaurants and retail merchants will have special sales and prickly pear items for sale.
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out in the bush
 
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For those that venture out into the south Texas brush they will find an abundance of wildlife and plants that thrive even in the dry desert-like summer heat. Thorny brush species dominate the South Texas Brush Country. Mesquite, acacia, prickly pear, to mention a few, form dense, almost impenetrable thickets. This part of Texas is well known for producing trophy-class white-tailed deer.
Views: 221 William B Tedrick
Stenocereus thurberi
 
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Organ pipe cactus, shown at the Spark! festival in Mesa Arizona.
Views: 241 MichaelKrzyzaniak
South Texas - beach to brush country
 
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One of our members records her adventures at the 2013 Annual Symposium in Corpus Christi
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What is Ferocactus? With images from: zigazou76, Dick Culbert, TANAKA Juuyoh (田中十洋), Enez35, cm195902, amantedar, Swallowtail Garden Seeds
Views: 53 dailybleep
Cameron County Native Plant Center - South Padre Island
 
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Texas Master Naturalists will play an educational role at the new Cameron County Native Plant Center to open soon at South Padre Island in deep South Texas.
Views: 142 RsantaanaMr
Cold and deer proof succulents | Eric Pedley | Central Texas Gardener
 
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Beat the deer, drought, and cold with succulents on Eric Pedley's list from East Austin Succulents. Host Tom Spencer. Find out more at www.klru.org/ctg.
Views: 2570 CentralTexasGardener