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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]
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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: 1494 Unravel Travel TV
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
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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: 3440 RevolutionOfThought1
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.
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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
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Ten Top Mammillarias
 
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Ten Mammillarias from our collection are chosen to be included.
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How to Harvest the Flying Saucer Cactus
 
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This is my first How-To video ever! Prepare yourself for a very bumpy ride! Wow, this old video makes me feel dizzy. This video is a demonstration of how to harvest the seeds in the fruit of the Flying Saucer Cactus and the cleaning of the seeds for storage. This plant is a very special Trichocereues (Echinopsis) hybrid that you should grow at your home. They look great and smell great and taste great. What more could you ask for? In this video, I have also included a bit of a short Ferocactus glaucescens harvest, in a little barrel break; so that all of the barrel fans don't fall asleep. Please enjoy this and don't miss the striped King snake release, at the end. I have included at least one "Mystery" cactus plant, with nice little yellow flowers and some fruit also. It may be very closely related to the Flying Saucer Cactus and it quite possibly is a variety of Trichocereus candicans. Of course I also walk around and ramble about other plants and flowers, haha! This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, in the spring of 2013. Thanks for watching! Feel free to ask me about the harvesting of the Flying Saucer Cactus. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. ------------------------- LINKS ----------------------------- Here is a link to the Smelly Cactus video, which is a video about a related plant, called the Argentine Giant Cactus and deep within it you will find more Flying Saucer Cactus flowers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFbquSkyvyg Here is a link to the fruit video on the Argentine Giant Cactus plants. This really is a rare sight, but I counted over twenty of them in the video. Yes, there are also Flying Saucer Cactus fruit in that video. Check it out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDWpbCJhPts FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan
Views: 37975 featheredfan
Echinocactus Grusonii (Golden Barrel Cactus) Plant
 
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Echinocactus Grusonii Plant Small Plant Golden Barrel Cactus is armed with golden yellow spines. It quickly grows to about 10cm (4in) in the first few years, then taking many years for it to double its size. In its native Mexico, plants can eventually grow to around 90cm wide, but cultivated usually only grow to around 30cm Feed plants once a month, during the growing season.
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How to Grow Echinocactus Grusonii (Barrel cactus)? | Propagation from seeds
 
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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: 24262 AzFlora ENG
Golden Barrel Cactus flowers - Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Ball HD 02
 
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Golden Barrel Cactus flower - Echinocactus grusonii - Golden Ball Golden Barrel Cactus Echinocactus grusonii Scientific classification: Angiosperms Eudicots Core eudicots Order: Caryophyllales Family: Cactaceae Tribe: Cacteae Genus: Echinocactus Species: E. grusonii Botanical name: Echinocactus grusonii
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Echinocactus grusonii - Goldkugelkaktus, Golden Barrel Cactus
 
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Vom Goldkugelkaktus oder Schwiegermuttersitz, wie Echinocactus grusonii auch genannt wird, gibt es Formen mit langen und kurzen Dornen. Pflegetipps finden Sie hier: http://zimmerpflanzen-faq.de/echinocactus-grusonii/ The video shows forms of the Golden Barrel Cactus (Echinocactus grusonii) with long and short spines.
Views: 9225 Frau-Doktor
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: 10329 Thomas Manes
How to grow Opuntia cactus? | Prickly pear from seeds
 
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Opuntia is a fast-growing cactus. The stem has an oval, flattened shape; covered with spines - small glochidias. Flowers: yellow or red. The plant blooms rarely in indoor culture. On the diversity of species, the number of which reaches 190, this genus is one of the largest in the family. The use of some species of opuntia in the household can be traced back to the culture of Paracas. Along with the use of shoots and fruits in food, one of the most important purposes of growing opuntia is the production of carmine dye. In recent years, in a number of countries, the plant is increasingly being bred for use in livestock feed. Some species of opuntia turned out to be aggressive neophytes and spread in new areas for them that it became necessary to use biological means to fight them. 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/
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How to pollinate cactus flowers - Astrophytum
 
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In this video I show you how to cross pollinate two Astrophytum cacti plants to produce seeds :-) ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY'S :-) Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Beautiful Cacti Time Lapse "Echinocactus Grusonii"...
 
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Never noticed the Blooming Show until I placed it under my movie camera. At 2:00 am I'm sleeping and that's when 35 flowers appeared. Had the Echinocactus Grusonii for over 10 years and have no idea who gave it to me! Is to my understanding most all Cacti will flower at night time! Awsome Fragrance...Lots of Cactus Time Lapstime Videos On The Way! Don't miss out...
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The Toothpick Cactus - Stetsonia coryne
 
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This is a short video showing a few examples of young Stetsonia coryne cactus plants. The common name for this plant is Toothpick cactus. This species is the sole member of the genus. Thanks for watching! This was filmed in Tonopah, Arizona, during the late winter. Yes, the prop is a real wooden toothpick. This video was filmed with an old SONY Cyber-shot, model DSC-P73. -------------------------- LINKS ------------------------- Here is a link to the frost cloth video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sg44jTp6liI FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan --------------------------- TAGS --------------------------- Plant: Toothpick Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Stetsonia coryne]
Views: 3285 featheredfan
Botanic - Echinocactus grusonii
 
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Echinocactus Species Mix Seeds - Includes Golden Barrel Cactus,  SEEDS on  www.MySeeds.Co
 
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Echinocactus is a genus of large barrel-shaped cacti, usually with large spines and small flowers. This mix includes different variety of Barrel cacti. Barrel cactus is the common name for Echinocactus and Ferocactus Origin: Central Mexico Up to 6 ft (1.8 m) in height and spread USDA Zone: 9-12 Propagate from cuttings or seed Frost tender but resistant to very dry conditions Sometimes slow to germinate; takes anywhere from 2-8 weeks. Keep in mind this is a mix variety and some varieties take longer than other to germinate. Once established they require very little if any care at all.
Views: 1046 MySeeds. Co
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]
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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.
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Cactus Flowers
 
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Beautiful Red Cactus Flowers
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WHITE SPINE GOLDEN BARREL OR NOT ?
 
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Pit's Cactus Flowers 2016
 
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A surprise cactus flower!
 
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Hi everyone, In this video I share with you a cactus flower that I am extremely excited about. The plant in the video is only very young (less than 2 years old) and yet it has produced an amazing flower. The music featured in this video is by a producer called Nyte. They were kind enough to let me use their music in my video. Check out their channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/nyteofficial
Views: 838 87walker
Cactus Seed Growing Contest | Planting Seed
 
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My ebay: http://www.ebay.ca/usr/superseeds03 My listia: https://www.listia.com/signup/9595461 My instagram: exoticplantseller you can see the plants i have for sale on my ebay using instagram!
Cactus Flower Slideshow 2016
 
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Hi everyone! In this video I share with you the cactus flowers my collection produced during the 16/17 growing season. They are still flowering so not all are featured in the video but didn't want to wait any longer and this video is already 20 minutes long! If you would like to know the name of any of the plants featured please leave me a comment and I will get back to you (I can name most of them) This season has turned out to be one of the best so far for flowers with some cacti flowering for the first time, it's been a really special time of year. The flower at the end opened on NYE and was the highlight of my evening - it fully opened after dark and had the most heavenly fragrance you can imagine, very reminiscent of gardenia. The music featured in this video is by a producer called Nyte. They were kind enough to let me use their music in my video. Check out their channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/nyteofficial
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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]
Views: 3104 featheredfan
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.
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Cactus Fruit from a Rhipsalis Baccifera Jan 2015
 
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★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon CONTINUE BELOW ........ Here is a short video showing you some wonderful tiny cactus fruit berries on my Rhipsalis Baccifera Cactus ....CONTINUE..... they taste just like grapes. Check out my video on this plant from last year :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ny4FiZHBqH0 Thank you for watching and please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and Nature videos and see my weird and wacky cacti up close and personal. You can also like me on Facebook and Follow me on Twitter ♥ :-) XXX . HAPPY GROWING GUY'S :-) Royalty Free Music By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
MORE PINK FLOWERS CORYPANTHA MACROMERIS "DONA ANA" TEXAS MEXICO CACTUS
 
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FOUND IN SOUTHERN TEXAS AND NORTHERN MEXICO AND IS ALSO CALLED THE NIPPLE BEE HIVE CACTUS. AMAZING PINK FLOWERS ON THIS HARD TO FIND CACTUS, HOPING FOR TONS OF SEEDS IN THE FALL.
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Ferocactus latispinus Flower Extravaganza
 
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This is the extended footage of the blooming season for these cactus plants. The Ferocactus latispinus is one of the smallest in the genus and yet the flowers are a vivid purple or pinkish in color. These little cactus barrels display their shiny flower buds during the late fall, just about the time that most of the other Ferocactus species have slowed down or gone dormant. All of the plants in this video are, in taxonomy terms, considered to be of the nominate (same name) subspecies, which is the more common and widely distributed of the two. I had collected about an hour of raw footage. So this video is packed with colorful action and the crested plant even makes a few appearances to sooth your need for weirdness. Most of this was filmed in the late fall of 2014, in Tonopah, Arizona. THANKS FOR WATCHING! Note: There is another variety of this plant with light, yellowish white flowers. The name is Ferocactus latispinus var. flavispinus and they are not in this video. Thanks goes out to the CactiGuide.com for this info! Please do not hesitate to inform me if you have or have found a video with the other kind of subspecies in it. Those are called subsp. spiralis and they are not in this video. This video was filmed with a Sony Handycam HDR-CX230 and edited with Sony's "PlayMemories Home" software. --------------------------- LINKS ------------------------------- Here is a link to the fruit gathering video from last year: http://youtu.be/tIyWgrgWHDM FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan ----------------------------- TAGS ------------------------------ Plant Name: Crow's Claw Barrel Cactus Plant Name: Devil's Tongue Barrel Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Ferocactus latispinus] [taxonomy:trinomial=Ferocactus latispinus latispinus] Plant Name: Old Man of the Andes Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Oreocereus doelzianus] Animal Name: Hoverfly Animal Name: Cactus Fly (female) [taxonomy:binomial=Copestylum isabellina] Animal Name: Darkling Beetle [taxonomy:binomial=Edrotes ventricosus] Animal Name: Long Nosed Snake [taxonomy:binomial=Rhinocheilus lecontei]
Views: 3840 featheredfan
Goyang! Cactus Exhibition Center (Ilsan, South Korea)
 
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The Goyang! Cactus Exhibition Center is located in Ilsan Lake Park in Goyang, South Korea. It costs 1,000 won to enter (about $1.00). I never knew there were so many different types of cactus. This video was filmed on Friday June 6, 2014. Filmed on the ipad mini and edited in imovie for ipad
Views: 4611 valerie knight
Cactus Flowers and Bees
 
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Just sharing some footage of flowers and bees that are active in the cactus garden in summer. This is all in Paul's cactus garden and shot using the DJI Osmo. Music: "Perspectives" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 2557 CSSAustralia
Flowering Cacti in my greenhouse Summer 2015
 
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Cactus & Flower Fairy
 
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Playing with fake cactus in winter.
Golden barrel cactus at Huntington gardens
 
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A large mature group of clumping Golden Barrel cactus (Encinocactus grusonii) in the desert garden area of Huntington gardens. 6-7-14.
Views: 141 biketothetop
North Central Oklahoma Cactus Botanical Garden
 
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12/5/92-Host Steve Dobbs visits the North Central Oklahoma Cactus Botanical Garden in Covington, OK.
Views: 568 OKGardeningClassics
HEDGEHOG CACTUS
 
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BEAUTIFUL MAGENTA FLOWERS SHOW CASE THIS HIGH DESERT CACTUS
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Re-potting A Cactus
 
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Some useful tips for re-potting a very spiny cactus.
Views: 112 The Houseplant Guru
The Arizona Queen Of The Night Cactus Flowers & Fruit & Wasps
 
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This is a video about a unique cactus plant that you might otherwise think was an old pile of dead sticks. The flowers are nice and the fruit is edible. There is a lot of wasp action in the middle of the video, so you may want stay awake for that. This was filmed in the summer and in the fall of 2014, in Tonopah, Arizona. The Peniocereus greggii var. transmontanus is more commonly referred to as an ARIZONA QUEEN OF THE NIGHT CACTUS and a few other names too. The Peniocereus genus contains several thin-stemmed cactus species, with various types of thick, carrot-like or tuberous root structures. This particular cactus species can grow one of the largest root tubers of any plant in the cactus family. The ratio of root-to-stem diameter is by far the largest. These plants can be found growing naturally in some parts of the Sonoran Desert, in southern Arizona and northern Mexico. NOTE: This plant is not a Selenicereus grandiflorus. That is a distant cactus relative from the tropics, with a very similar common name. The wasps are spider hunters called a Tarantula Hawk Wasps. The sting from this large wasp is very painful, by the way. NOTE: These Tarantula Hawk Wasps are the largest types that I know of. The name is Hemipepsis ustulata. This video was filmed with a Sony Handycam HDR-CX230 and edited with Sony's "PlayMemories Home" software. ----------------------------- Links ---------------------------------- Here is a link to an old video with more views of the flowers and more information about these plants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCFGm9_yIPw FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan ------------------------------- TAGS ------------------------------- Plant Name: Golden Barrel Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Echinocactus grusonii] Plant Name: Arizona Queen of the Night Cactus [taxonomy:binomial=Peniocereus greggii] [taxonomy:trinomial=Peniocereus greggii transmontanus] Animal Name: Tarantula Hawk Wasp (females) [taxonomy:binomial=Hemipepsis ustulata] Animal Name: Painted Lady (Butterfly) [taxonomy:binomial=Vanessa cardui]
Views: 1876 featheredfan
Golden Barrel cactus |Daphne Richards |Central Texas Gardener
 
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See how to grow photogenic golden barrel cactus, Daphne’s Plant of the Week. Our question comes from a viewer who sent us pictures of her troubled grapefruit and Mexican plum trees.
Views: 2991 CentralTexasGardener
Are Barrel Cactus Fruit Edible?
 
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Santa monica farmers 15 dec 2012 here's one more wonder of life in the sonoran desert wild growing fruit is just now coming into its edible prime never mind that it's almost winter fruit[edit]. Exotic 5 jun 2013 the story reported that men became sick. Barrel cactus other names fishhook barrel cactus, candy compass biznaga de agua, siml (seri), chivul (o'odham) edible parts fruit, seeds, flower buds, inner flesh desertortoisebotanicals. Tastes like a dill pickle, seeds are edible too. Most cacti how to eat barrel cactus. The barrel cactus fruit can be picked and eaten raw, has no spines, making it the easiest to handle. The fruit can be easily removed but are not usually consumed because they fairly dry and bitter 28 nov 2014 one that has a hidden bounty at this time of year is the barrel cactus. Lemony and luscious barrel cactus fruit arizona bushman. 25 mar 2015 barrel cactus. Edible desert plants barrel cactus fruit are parts edible? Here edible baja arizona survival how to eat in the wild youtube. In fact, cactus fruits in general are known for being high vitamins a and c, while other parts of desert plants provide good sources protein. Eat cactus fruit, but don't count on it. That's what happens if you drink water stored in a cactus. The seri indians sometimes used the fishhook barrel (ferocactus wislizeni) for emergency water 2 apr 2012 edible desert plants cactus fruit by jonathan duhamel tucson citizen arizona sonoran region has more wild than anywhere else on planet according to ethnobotanists. There are plenty of edible cactus fruits out there prickly pear, for example. However, the cactus pads also can be eaten. Local news barrel cactus wikipedia. The prickly pear cactus features an edible fruit that can be made into jelly. We have cactus fruit, beans from mesquites and palo verde trees, yuccas, agaves, nut the organ pipe national monument in arizona (us) is full of these, a visit wonderful way to see these lovely cacti their native environment. He spines the pulp is edible and can be chewed swallowed along with liquid cacti & succulents barrel cactus fruit picked eaten raw, has no spines, making it easiest to handle. Barrel cactus deserttortoisebotanicals. Spotter's comments barrel cactus fruit spotted at santa monica farmers market. Cactus recipeprickly pear cactusprickly recipesweedhealthy recipeshealthy foodrecipes forcactus foodamerican food. Season of harvest buds are harvested in the early to mid summer. Barrel cactus fruit information, recipes and facts specialty produce. Today, i will focus on the barrel cactus. Edible parts fruit, seeds, flower buds, inner flesh. Barrel cactus deserttortoisebotanicals 28 jan 2013 other names fishhook barrel cactus, candy compass biznaga de agua, siml (seri), chivul (o'odham). This barrel cactus is unlike many other species of cacti in the fishhook or ferocactus wislizenii highly protected arizona. Native americans traditionally ate the flowers and even flesh 22 apr 2013 you can drink from a
Saddle Mountain Arizona - Hiking With Cactus - ☺
 
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The video starts with a few views of some animals and then we are off to Saddle Mountain, on the west side of the Tonopah Desert, in central Arizona. There are cactus growing on this mountain. The Saguaros look great and the camera picked up a few things that I didn't see, at the time. Please enjoy this and thanks for watching. This video was filmed with a Sony Handycam HDR-CX230 and edited with Sony's "PlayMemories Home" software. Note: I used the YouTube Video Stabilization Feature on this HD video and it seems to have smoothed out some of the shakiness quite nicely. --------------------- Plant Names ------------------- Saguaro Cactus - Carnegiea gigantea Compass Barrel Cactus - Ferocactus cylindraceus Teddy Bear Cholla Cactus - Cylindropuntia bigelovii Arizona Fishhook Cactus - Mammillaria grahamii Golden Barrel Cactus - Echinocactus grusonii Coville's Barrel Cactus - Ferocactus emoryi subsp. covillei Ocotillo - Fouquieria splendens Brittlebrush - Encelia farinosa ---------------------- End of list ------------------------ ------------------------ LINKS --------------------------- Here is a link to my friends YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/JnaniBranch Here is a link to his video of this same mountain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zt7jrR-Q-cA FEATHEREDFAN Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/featheredfan --------------------------- TAGS -------------------------- Plant Name: Plant Name: Plant Name: Plant Name: Plant Name: Plant Name: Plant Name: Animal Name: Elf Owl [taxonomy:binomial=Micrathene whitneyi] Animal name: California Kingsnake [taxonomy:binomial=Lampropeltis getula] [taxonomy:trinomial=Lampropeltis getula californiae] Animal Name: Red Racer Snake Animal Name: Red Coachwhip Snake [taxonomy:genus=Masticophis] [taxonomy:binomial=Coluber flagellum] [taxonomy:trinomial=Coluber flagellum piceus]
Views: 5096 featheredfan
cactus flowers blooming
 
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éclosion de fleurs de cactus "Lobivia Arachnacantha" environ 14h de prise de vue et 1600 photos on était nécessaire pour réaliser ce time-lapse
Salt Spring Island Cactus patch at the The Plant Farm
 
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Just a bunch of cactus growing in a local garden. There is a big Citrus plant growing beside this cactus patch. The owner was telling me this particular specimen produces a lot of fruit. April 8, 2010
Views: 241 bj616
Christmas Cactus Fruit
 
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It's amazing how good the fruit of the Christmas Cactus tastes - sweet with no tart after taste. I found it here in Southwest Arizona.
Views: 1171 Mike Lowe