12 thoughts on “4th of July, 2016….Yes, it’s Cactus in New Jersey

  1. OOOHHH! Beautiful! And in New Jersey, to boot! 🙂 Didn’t realize cactus could tolerate the humidity in that area of the world I refer to, “East of the Mississippi – it’s a whole new world …” LOL – Sigh, so much to learn, so little time – 🙂

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    1. Thanks, and your note about humidity is likely a clue, as they are thriving in rock garden under an ornamental Japanese Maple. It remains dry under their, both from the mimimal soil and low morning moisture under the tree. Marty

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      1. I’m sure there are some cacti gardens here and there, but none that I can particularily recall anywhere nearby. They were here, under that then small Japanese maple when we bought this house down the shore about 15 years ago – although only taking up a small patch. Now as the tree has grown to a round 12′ foliage circumference, the Cacti cover about 12 sq. ft. under the dense globe-like foliage.Our soil right there is sand, covered by ~3 to 5″ stones, and therefore mostly dry. A glimpse near that spot from another persepective (w/o the cacti,) can be seen in this 2013 post, one of my first: http://wp.me/p37YEI-ap M 🙂

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