Thread: Prize Cactus - An Oxymoron?
26th April 2021, 07:56 PM #1
Prize Cactus - An Oxymoron?
A few years ago one of our son's mates, who specialises in growing cacti, gave us a small cactus. At the time is was probably two inches tall. Over the years it has grown. It is a strange beast as the main stem is narrower at the bottom than the top.
Son's friend visited us recently and as we were showing him around the garden he did a double take when he saw our little cactus. He maintained that it has grown into a show stopper.
It is a Myrtillocactus Geometrizans, but you knew that.
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Is he right?
"Power tends to corrupt. Absolute power corrupts, absolutely!"
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I didn't know that and am not likely to remember it either but a great specimenTom
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