24Cacti

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Cacti

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Barbed-wire Cactus

Cereus tetragonus

Arguably, the most common cactus to have on your office desk, never mind at home, Cereus tetragonus ...

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Golden Cereus

Bergerocactus emoryi

A distinctive cactus plant, bergerocactus emoryi is better known by its alternative botanical name, ...

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Carmine Cob

Echinopsis backebergii

Echinopsis backebergii is not the most attractive cactus to be found, but its rather ugly features o...

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Echinopsis cinnabarina

Echinopsis cinnabarina

Small and globular, echinopsis cinnabarina is a popular option for conservatories and greenhouses bu...

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Bolivian Torch Cactus

Echinopsis lageniformis

Of all the cacti with torch referred to in their names, echinopsis lageniformis is perhaps the least...

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Easter Lily Cactus

Echinopsis oxygona

An easy cactus to grow, echinopsis oxygona has a distinctly round shape, grows generally low to the ...

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Golden Torch Cactus

Echinopsis spachiana

Another intriguing member of the genus, echinopsis spachiana is a popular option for rockeries and c...

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Fishbone Cactus

Epiphyllum anguliger

It is commonly known as the fishbone cactus because its secondary stems are long, succulent and deep...

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Crenate Orchid Cactus

Epiphyllum crenatum

Commonly used in creating hybrids, the significance of epiphyllum crenatum to gardeners is pretty hi...

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Nightblooming Cereus

Epiphyllum oxypetalum

A curious cactus plant, but one that is certain to make a big impression, the evergreen epiphyllum o...

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Old Peruvian Man

Espostoa lanata

Espostoa lanata offers an intriguing option if you’re seeking evergreen plants for your conservatory...

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Old Peruvian Lady

Espostoa melanostele

Much like espostoa lanata, espostoa melanostele is an interesting option for a conservatory or tropi...

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Espostoa senilis

Espostoa senilis

To the eye, espostoa senilis looks more like a soft, fluffy cylindrical toy than a spiny cactus, but...

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Woolly Torch

Pilosocereus palmeri

Better known as the woolly torch, pilosocereus palmeri stands tall and erect, with single, eight-rib...

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Crown Cactus

Rebutia fiebrigii

Few cacti boast the floral beauty rebutia fiebrigii does. One of the smallest species, it is globula...

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Aylostera heliosa

Rebutia heliosa

Perhaps one of the most curious options of cactus, rebutia heliosa is typically a globular cactus th...

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Krainz’ Crown Cactus

Rebutia krainziana

Although a globular cactus like so many of this genus, rebutia krainziana is a little different. Kno...

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