If your Christmas cactus leaves are purple instead of green, or if you notice Christmas cactus leaves turning purple on edges, your plant is telling you that something isn’t quite right. Learn about possible causes and solutions here.
Bright and colorful Soho 63 summer wedding. There were pops of color every where at this pink and aqua wedding and just enough muted green in the succulents and eucalyptus leaves to make it perfection! The cake had beautiful ruffles and was surrounded by
Cactus Leaves are used in Mexican and Latin American cooking, but only leaves from one kind of cactus: the Prickly Pear Cactus, the same one that produces the Prickly Pear fruit. Some other species of cactus are poisonous, so don't decide to start munching on just any old dusty cactus in your windowsill. The Mexicans call this cactus the "nopal." The leaves taste a bit like green bell pepper, asparagus and runner beans or green beans, with a bit of tartness to the taste.
While you might think twice about plucking a prickly cactus leaf from the manky old plant languishing on your bathroom shelf, restaurants nationwide are serving up cactus leaves, stems and fruit in everything from salads, smoothies and even sandwiches (egg and cactus sarnie anyone?) And forget coconut