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Flowering Cacti and other Succulents

Francesco and Stefania, Rome, Italy

Nothing more, nothing less …Flowers shown for the pride of showing them! I don’t even know the real name of a few of the plants, and in some cases no name AT ALL is available. But this time, I won’t consider it that much of a pity. I hope you’ll appreciate the pics. BTW: it may even be that a few of the names are partially or completely wrong!

Aeonium sp. (species unknown).

This is the first time ever that I have gotten flowers from this plant (it is likely that the pictured specimen is Aeonium arboreum).

 Unknown beauty.

...but REALLY nice, to me, at least …

Mammillaria sp.

The seed of this plant (oddly enough, at least here in Italy!) has been "blown" into our garden by wind! A nice present, isn’t it?

Opuntia sp.

These pics (Opuntia) were shot in the Rocky Garden I told you about ages ago … 

Lots of yellow, bright flowers (up).

Going closer (up)

  Many thanks to Carli De Busk for her editorial help.

You can see more photos in next page

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