When you work in the garden a lot you sometimes get cleaves on your hands which can be very painfull. If you have quinces in your garden or if you can get some from a friend you can use the pips to make a very good gel to put on your hands and feet to get rid of cleaves.
TAKE 10 QUINCE PIPS AND PUT THEM IN A GLAS FILLED WITH DUCH GIN (= STRONG COLORLESS ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR MADE FROM DISTILLED RYE AND JUNIPER BERRIES, WE CALL IT “JENEVER”, AFTER 24 HOURS A THICK GEL EMERGES ON TOP OF THE LIQUOR AND THAT GEL WORKS MIRACLES ON CLEAVES
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How about Aloe Vera?
Aloe vera is very good for burns and for the skin but not enough for real heavy cleaves I think
I posted a photo of the yucca in my yard that I think may be your mystery cactus. I’ll take a close up of it if you can’t see well enough to tell.
At first sight it ooks a bit like your but yours is a yucca and mine is a rhipsalis of some sort, but thanks for the trouble ! Love your blog by the way !
Thank you for liking my Plein air painting of my blind prickly pear cactus. It has been growing in my front yard for only two summers. I like the way you define the countries you have visited with photos of flowers. There will be cacti blooming all over the desert by next month, if we get some rain. it’s been a very dry winter. I’ll send you some photos, if you like, or rather will post them on my web site.
Hope Spring comes your way soon.
Thanks for your comment ! I look forward to see more pictures of your work and your environment.I would love to live in a country where I could have a whole garden full of cacti and succulents !
I think your mystery cactus is some kind of yucca. I have one in my yard which I will photograph, but it’s not in bloom at the moment. It is hardy and is not bothered by record setting cold weather like we had two years ago when I lost many rose bushes and a fig tree.
I’m looking forward to see that picture ! Thanks !