Wordless Wednesday ~ Prickly Stuff


Wednesday 11 December, 2013 by Uncle Spike

Living in a hot climate here in south-west Turkey, there are many flowers and plants that simply do not stand a chance of growing here, or at least won’t survive temperatures of up to 45 (113 F). However cacti are the exception. There are just a couple of my prickly friends that we have growing on the farm. As I am known as Uncle Spike, these are quite appropriate, eh? 


8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~ Prickly Stuff

  1. timecollage says:

    They are beautiful, and having grown in a place where we didn’t have them, I find them fascinating and so exotic!


  2. I like to look at he but they are impossible to garden.
    Nice selection in this photo.


  3. Emilio Pasquale says:

    We live in Southern Nevada. All we have is “Prickly Stuff”. I hate it.


  4. Jennifer G says:

    I’m in southern California, and I have fallen in love with succulent plants (cacti relatives)! I am planning on starting a little succulent garden in a big flower pot I have.


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