Espinas y flores. Cactus, Quisco (Trichocereus chilensis) y Quintral ( Tristerix aphyllus), Puerto Oscuro

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Gintarele on January 8, 2010

We grow cacti on windowsills or in greenhouses. Is the number of collectors. Of course, these plants are exotics for us. But much more are the collectors who grow plants in open ground in its gardens. The most beautiful homestead competitions each year are organized. Thank you, Horacio, for possibility to see exotic plants which are growing in the wild :) Best regards! G.

aleMamá on January 27, 2013

Lo rojo es parásito, creo que es quintral, pero que le da un toque, ¡sí se lo da!

horacioparrague on January 28, 2013

Efectivamente aleMamá, se trata del quintral del quisco (Tristerix aphillus)que le da un buén toque. Saludos, gracias por la visita y el comentario.

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