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Botanical Cactus Garden

Botanicactus near Ses Salines in South East Mallorca is a huge botanical garden mainly specializing in cacti, which also boasts palm trees, bamboos, agaves and other succulent plants, plus an assortment of Mallorcan plant species (olives, almonds, carobs, pomegranates, pines, cypresses and orange trees).

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The photo was taken near Ses Salines, Mallorca, Spain. The date: April 4th, 2008. The time was 16:13:23.

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  1. We have an aloe garden with succulents but no cacti. Cacti are not endemic to South Africa and I have not seen cacti to any extend in our botanical gardens. I can imagine that it would be a treat to see a garden with the different cacti as can be seen on the photo.

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