Arjun Tandon wrote:Wow! those cacti are splendid Vishaal!!!
At first I was thinking that why is Romi pushing you so much for the pics but now I feel like pushing you down from your balcony for hiding all those magnificent creations of nature from us. Despite being a keen observer and gazing hard at every wild plant on trips, I have never seen many of the cacti you have.
They are splendid in all sorts or shapes sizes and colors!
But I still remember a cactus, very tall and striped, and dark green and plump, very splendid. I saw it an year ago when we were going to Patnitop on the hills. And it had those large yellow blooms shining in sunlight, falling through the nearby trees! Since then, I've been waiting for the day when I'll see a cactus of the same kind again
though some misconceptions need to be cleared.
1. They are not native (indigenous) to India barring a few epiphytes.
2. the wild one seen by you would be a Euphorbia which are common in the hills but the blooms would be wrong
Now I need to see those blooms or the plant. when are you next going to patnitop.