I bought this Opuntia/Nopales air freshener at the Mexican Art Museum in Austin. It was sealed up tight and I knew chances were pretty good it would stink bad once I opened it, and I've got a sensitive nose.
Yep, it was disgusting. It's been hanging in the sun, airing out, for two months now and I think it might just be ready for proper placement on my rear view mirror (as a style statement, not a freshener of the air). But! Before I do that I have to share the vignette we've been enjoying. Little nopoales on Agave spike. The small Agave pups are new additions since our trip to the SW. I figure where my tomatoes are happy, Agaves will be happy...
They're in good Agave company...
In fact there might be more Agaves then edibles in the driveway this year. Hmmm.
Want a "little nopales" air freshener for your car? Click here. Be warned though, They're not cactus scented, or tuna scented, or desert scented (the desert smells good!), but just regular old chemical "pine mist" scented...boo!
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