I must have done something right, because somebody on one of the boards I frequent hooked me up! I don't want to reveal his/her identity unless they want so people don't badger that person. Thanks again!!!! I believe it to be Echinocereus triglochidiatus though I'm not sure. It is a monster, full size shovel for scale.
I believe the 2 headed cacti in the bottom of the pic is Echinocereus Rigidissimus along with a smaller E. triglochidatus. I did the small ones first, while transplanting the big boy, there were a few that fell off which I'll pot up and have a backup.
Luna, I believe
First year Purple Magic starting to bloom
Calla Edge of Night in front of a Tropicanna that is about to bloom.
2 agastaches in the front of the desert bed. I love these plants.
First year Midnight Marvel
Victor starting to bloom
One of my minors. One of these is a McCurtain, though not sure which.
I transplanted one of the Pink Chinas between them and ripped out and potted up the suffering waggie. I replaced it with E. Neglecta that died back to the roots after receiving it and is very slowly regrowing. I hear the don't like indoors though, so all the eucs are staying outside.
Eucomis flowers starting to appear
What one of my neighbors sees.
What the other one sees. I had some 4'11 scale show up.
I love crocosmias though I wish they were orange like they are supposed to be.
More eucomis and my alocasia which I'll have more of next year to send out.
Thanks for looking