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Palmex Cactus, El Paso

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  • We had heard how good this attraction was on TripAdvisor but our visit exceeded our high expectations We were greeted by the 2 enthusiastic owners and immediately paid a visit by the local falcon who ...  more »
  • The garden is very big, and the owners are working on an expansion at the moment, too. Some cacti have been growing there since the 70s or 80s, and have become huge. The plants and cacti are brought i...  more »
  • I visited the cactus garden with my wife as we both love plants and flowers of all types, Palmex did not disappoint, in fact, in my opinion it was getting close to the standard of Majorelle in Marrake...  more »
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  • Very beautiful cactus garden. According to the friendly French hosts this garden contains approximately 1500 species of cactuses and agaves, and a multitude of actual plants. They are constantly working in the garden, keeping it clean and expanding it with new plants on the still unused areas of their property. There is no fixed entrance fee, but you are asked to give a donation so they can continue work on the garden, which we happily did. This is not a day-filling activity, we spent about 1 or 2 hours there. Definitely worth a visit!
  • Agreenhouse and beautifully equipped from Palm Garden. The current owners have invested several years of work, to rearrange the existing old stock of huge Spurges, agaves and other large plants in an overgrown garden.
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  • The incredible number of cacti and Euphorbia different as well as the size and the age of some of them is a wonder for the eyes and the photographers. The implication and the kindness of the owners of this force private garden the admiration.
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  • Nice place
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