Wednesday, September 03, 2014




Growing a Crown of Thorns

By Victoria Advocate
March 12, 2014 at 3:12 a.m.

Helen Kaiser sits on the front porch of her Victoria home, where she has successfully cultivated a Crown of Thorns plant, which is now in full bloom. The rich, red blooms mask the stem, which is covered in 1-inch thorns.  The plant gets its name from the crown of thorns depicted in the images of Jesus at his crucifixion.

Helen Kaiser sits on the front porch of her Victoria home, where she has successfully cultivated a Crown of Thorns plant, which is now in full bloom. The brick red blooms mask the stem, which is covered in 1-inch thorns. The plant gets its name from the crown of thorns depicted in the images of Jesus at his crucifixion.

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