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A wonderfully grafted Zygocactus. Christmas cactuses are sensitive about where they thrive. Thrived in Illinois and Ohio, died in Texas😧

Cactus Cake - Buttercream cake from Colette Peters book

Amazing cactus cake - Spines made of royal icing piped into lines and allowed to dry, then broken and stuck in cake. This cake used a round cake pan.

La palabra cactus deriva del griego Κάκτος káktos, utilizado por primera vez por el filósofo Teofrasto para nombrar una especie de cardo espinoso que crecía en la isla de Sicilia, posiblemente el cardo Cynara cardunculus.  Curiosamente, existen también dos referencias poéticas de la Antigüedad sobre esta planta. Así, el poeta Teócrito de Siracusa escribió en sus Idilios: «A ti te dejen como una oveja del rebaño, cuya pata se haya picado por un cactus». Asimismo, Filetas, poeta proven..

DISCOVER WHICH 7 COMMON FLOWERS YOU WISH YOU HAD NEVER PLANTED

Lophophora williamsii (Peyote, Cactus Pudding, Devil's-Root, Mescal-Button, Indian-Dope) → Plant characteristics and more photos at: http://www.worldofsucculents.com/?p=986

Lophophora williamsii (Peyote, Cactus Pudding, Devil's-Root, Mescal-Button, Indian-Dope) - by Cris Figueired♥

The small thorn less Peyote cactus originates from the south of Texas and northern Mexico. The plant is a very important religious sacrament in many native American cultures of Central and North-America. In Mexico the cactus is also sold as a medicine against blindness, fever and many other diseases. | photo credit unknown

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Lophophora williamsii, Peyote Its about opening your mind and letting your heart talk

Lophophora williamsii (Peyote, Cactus Pudding, Devil's-Root, Mescal-Button, Indian-Dope) → Plant characteristics and more photos at: http://www.worldofsucculents.com/?p=986

Lophophora williamsii (Peyote, Cactus Pudding, Devil's-Root, Mescal-Button, Indian-Dope) - by Cris Figueired♥

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