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    this is my sugaro cactus in bloom
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    Gorgeous! I know it's not easy to take proper care of cacti!

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    Oh what a cool flower! Love it!

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    very pretty!

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    What beautiful blooms! Thanks for sharing.

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    That is a super looking flower

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    I started it years ago as a little 2 foot cactus and then it grew into about 8 feet tall and broke off in the wind and then grew into what you see now. It is still getting some buds on it but they only last about 2 days
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    I have been fortunate because I just stuck it in the ground. and it is totally not native to this area.

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    very pretty, i bet it smells sweet

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    Thanks

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    No there isn't any scent to it.

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    Wow! beautiful flowers. Too bad they don't last longer.

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    Thank you

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    Just love cacti, so pretty for sure........never seen anything like that and so pretty

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    How Beautiful!!

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    Your welcome, what I really want to do is put it up in my profile picture but this is where it went to.

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    thanks I am pretty proud of it with so many blooms this year.

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    Beautiful

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    Thank you I bought it at a rummage sale when it was little

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    Beautiful

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    So pretty!!! I'll be lucky if I don't kill my son's cactus while he's in Africa for the summer. I already killed my older son's aloe plant :( No green thumb here.

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    don't feel bad I can't grow aloe either. The plant has got to be sturdy or it is gone.

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    Wow I had no idea they bloomed. It is so pretty. TFS.

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    Wow, I don't believe I've ever seen that! :)

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    It takes a few years or more before they do.

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