The challenges and joys of an Arizona low desert gardener
Oh, this is indeed a very special and also very nice plant!
I see the double heart.I see blue!
I can see it, I can see it!!!!
A bit of prickly love I would say...
I definitely see the double heart. Very pretty, very unique.
I think it would be fun for the people I "blog" with to tell others what they find are the most important objects . I believe we could all learn some pretty neat things.I am going to tag a couple people and hope they return to my blog to share with me and others what they use the most when it comes to your houseplant hobby.
Ouch! Those aren't cupid's arrows sticking out of that Valentine.
That is lovely and so timely with Valentine's day around the corner!
Oh how nice and yet a little bite to it.
There is definitely two hearts there! Good eye and the macro is excellent!
What an unusual colour that opuntia has and of course it´s shape is unique. But still I don´t think this is a plant for me, these nasty spines ..aren´t they called glochids,,, that are so hard to remove if they are in your skin.Have a nice GTSSisah
Lovely shapes and colors!Thanks for this valentine.
OMG, I HAVE to sketch this one! It's perfect for V-day!
I want one! All of your photo's are outstanding! Great blog!
wow i like the flower very pretty. Nice job.
This photo would make a beautiful Valentines Day card for you to send to all your special someones!!!
It would also look quite good on a wall, blown up and framed! One of the nicest photos I've ever seen, actually...I really do love it!
No need to squint. Perfect posting for this pre-Valentine Sunday. Thanks for horticultural connection, though somehow I don't think this will supplant the run on long-stem red roses.
Very interesting shot, Aiyana. These almost look like they're studded with pink pearls.
Gorgeous! And I can see it too!
The hearts are beautiful, Aiyana! I love the look of this cactus. Perfect for the upcoming VDay!! Hope you have a good week!
I do see it! What an interesting plant. It's actually quite elegant.Brenda Kula
What a very interesting plant. I just love this double hearts. Gorgeous! I never saw it before! Wurzerl
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