Thursday, April 16, 2009

BEHIND PRICKLINESS LIES BEAUTY















I used to say, "no" growing cacti in my garden, but I changed my mind. I didn't realize until today that there is beauty despite their prickliness and off-putting appearance.

Doug Collicutt has this for us to say, "if you're looking for something really unusual to grow, or if you're into 'extreme xeriscaping', cacti are the ultimate addition to your garden."


6 comments:

Ramon said...

Will you send me a pic of your garden. Ang hilig mo talaga sa gardening. How about the mango trees na madalas mong ibida!

I don't like cactus, too! Yes, I remember ang sabim mo na ayaw mong may mga tinik na halaman sa garden, pero you write about roses. Does it mean magtatanim ka na ng mga roses?

Joseph aka Joe said...

Ayoko rin ng mga plants with thorns. Our folks say na hindi raw maganda sa bahay ang mga cacti? Is this true?

Joe said...

When are you posting about gods and goddesses. Ang tagal ko nang hinihintay! Mayroon bang goddess of tinik?

Ferdinand Mags said...

Ang aloe vera (tama ba?) isang uri ng cactus? They say na pampalago ng hair... oopppps ... sori!

Baldo said...

Masama raw ang cacatus sa bahay, or any plant na may tinik. How true?

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