Tag Archives: Cactus

The Battle Challenge by Nancy J. Farrier

Living in rural Southern Arizona comes with some challenges. The extreme heat. The dry weather and dust. And the critters. We have javalina that roam in our area. Javalina look like wild pigs, but they are a peccary, not related … Continue reading

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A Prickly Lesson by Nancy J. Farrier

I love growing cactus and succulents. They are prickly but they have the most beautiful blooms and are such unique plants. I love how they adapt to environments where many plants would not survive.  The problem comes when I have … Continue reading

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The HOPE in Seeing Jesus by Nancy J. Farrier

  My breath caught. I stopped and stared at the dead cholla cactus. Nestled close to those wicked spines was a small mammillaria, possibly the mammillaria grahamii. A mammillaria “in the wild,” something I’d never seen before. I couldn’t wait … Continue reading

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