Hi Guys 😀 Hans and I had the most INCREDIBLE day out at Berlin Botanical Gardens ‘ Botanischer Garten Berlin’ in Germany and wanted to share our day out with you all 😀
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45 COMMENTS

  1. I really like how they display the plants in their natural environment . Are any cactuses native to your area? And if they aren’t , are they very expensive for you to buy ? Here in Texas , they are part of our landscape so it’s relatively easy to get a collection started.

  2. this part of Germany have Land climate, Ireland has not! Berlins Botanical garden is the biggest of Mainland europe. Go to the Kruidtuin in Louvain and Hortus in Amsterdam and Leyden. You will like them too.

  3. omg!!!!! OMG!!!! I am a cacti/succulent freak, and I am in complete awe!!! <3 THERE are simply not enough words to express the beauty of this entire display! THANK you so much for sharing, as I know I will never be as fortunate as to travel to Germany! I watched the whole entire thing, and most definitely will be THRUSTING this on my friends, bahahhhaah, have a great day, all! 🙂

  4. Lynn, Hans, i need help. Ive been looking for a few different cacti. Especially trichocereus scopulicola. I’m in the US. I know some are probably illegal. Although I have seen San Pedro cutting available. I might be able to order seeds from Europe. My local nurseries are not very knowledgeable. Any ideas?

    P.s. love ❤️ the music!! Stay safe. Have Lots of Fun!!!

  5. Dear Hans and Lyn, you are in Germany, wow! Unfortunately i live 700 km south-west of Berlin, so no chance to see you :-/
    I don´t know how long you will stay in Berlin, but there is a cacti-nursery, that is great to visit (and to go shopping! Dangerous!): Kakteengärtnerei Makt, John-Locke-Str. 36-40, 12305 Berlin-Lichtenrade. Their opening-times are Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m..
    I wish you a great time here in Germany (if you are still there :-)!

  6. What an amazing place, some of those cacti must be quite old. Maybe the vacuum cleaner was part of their mealybug control equipment HaHa …. thankyou both for sharing this vid … just imagine having a greenhouse that big 🙂 have a great weekend with lots of PLANT POWER!

  7. Wow! Yes, the collection of frost-hardy cactus is impressive. I love the Botanic Garden through all seasons.
    Actually, the east of Germany has quite a continental climate: it is cold in winter and hot and dry in summer. We get much less precipitation than the western parts of Germany where the climate is much more maritime.
    And the greenhouses of the Botanic Garden Berlin are a real treasure.
    Thanks for sharing, Lyn and Hans!
    Best wishes from Berlin!
    Marc

  8. what a fantastic place to visit. i bet you enjoyed the day there so much to see. you lucky people, and was that the sun outside i could see. best wishes lyn and hans from mandy in sunny yorkshire today, happy gardening. by the way i was born in berlin my dad was in the british army many years ago, 1969. oh my god 50 next

  9. Wow wow wow, I don't know what to write. Wow wow wow. I haven't seen anything similar again. How old is the plants? Must be many many years. They have become wood. I am amazed. I will watch the video many many times. So many beauties. I didn't knew where to look. I bet when you stop filming you felt like you didn't film anything. The glass that had the shoes inside and the little carpet is made from the Agaves fibers? Stunning. I want to ask so many things and i can't find the words. Hans music is lovely. My vibes. The only thing i can say to you is MORE MORE MORE.

  10. @ 06:54 ah such fluffyness! I thought for a moment, Lyn, that you managed to literally climb up there lol. I love Germany, I lived in the Heidelberg and the Pfalz areas for almost 11 years. The summers are wonderful. Thank you for the tour Lyn and Hans. Love and plant power, Faith 🙂 xo