They feel right at home in modern landscapes or more traditional southwest xeriscapes and make beautiful focal points for small and large yards. African Candelabra. African Ocotillo. African Spear. Agave Attenuata Red. Agave Big Toothed. Agave Black Spine.Peruvian Apple Cactus
Agave Blue Flame. Agave Butterfly. Agave Cameron Blue. Agave Century Plant. Agave Creme Brule. Agave Franzonsinii. Agave Lechuguilla. Agave Lophantha Quadicolor. Agave Mediopicta.
Agave Nova. Agave Octopus. Agave Ovata. Agave Parryi. Agave Shark Skin. Agave Smooth Edge. Agave Twin Flower. Agave Whales Tongue. Aloe Aristata.
Aloe Brevifolia. Aloe Cape. Aloe Ferox. Aloe Ghost.
Aloe Gold Tooth. Aloe Little Gem. Aloe Medicinal. Aloe Reitz.Native to Mexico. Succulent with rosettes of fleshy, blue-green leaves with hooked spines along the margins and ending with a pointy spine at tip.
Offsetting more or less freely from Read more. Native to south eastern New Mexico, West Texas. Leaves are gray green with few and widely spread teeth on the margins. Forms a tight rosette of overlapping leaves from which A small fish-hook cactus with a large fleshy turnip root, neck-shaped grown together with the stem. The spines varies from A great alternative to the slow growing North American Saguaro. The plant has beautiful golden spines that seem to grow larger and more colorful as the plant Native to Arizona, Texas, Mexico.
A medium to large cactus with leathery blue skin that is ribbed and formidably spiny. Spines are thick and hooked, hence the common name. Native of Mexico. Light green cactus with bright, yellow spines that are stiff, 3" long. As it matures, it may spawn offsets. Very popular as a container plant or used Native to Peru. This cactus branches from the base with irregularly ribbed gray-green stems, that produce edible orange fruits with white flesh.
The cactus may require protection during cold weather Native to arid parts of North America. Native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. This species of hedgehog cactus is known by several common names, including Kingcup cactus, Claretcup, and Mojave mound cactus. The plant Characterised by sprawling clusters, bright pink flowers with green stigma and rounded petals, low to medium spine cover and somewhat flabby stems The tropical hanging plant's stems are broad and flat and it's fruit is edible, very similar to the pitaya fruit.
It bears large fuchsia flowers Dense, mounding clump up to 3' wide with many 2" to 3" in diameter, cylindrical stems to 1' tall. Densely spiny. Comprising of about 70 species in southwest U. Large showy blooms in summer. Grows best in pots. Native to southwestern U. A large desert shrub with long, grooved, spiny canes. During each spring and after summer rains, canes sprout small, green leaves their whole length Native to the Americas.
Opuntias are perhaps the most widely distributed cacti, with a multitude of species.All cactus are nursery grown from seed, offset or cutting.
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Growth Characteristics: Solitary, grows slowly to 8 inches in diameter. Little to no water in winter, some in summer, needs good drainage. Growth Characteristics: Solitary, slow growing up to 10 inches in diameter.
Needs little water and good drainage. Growth Characteristics: Solitary plant, up to 12 inches in diameter, up to 10 inches tall; tap root. Water carefully, needs well draining soil, keep dry in winter. Growth Characteristics: Solitary globular cactus, up to 6 inches in diameter, no spines. Subject to rot, prefers porous soil, keep dry in winter. Astrophytum asterias "Sand Dollar Cactus".
Flowers yellow with red throat. Astrophytum asterias 'nudum' "Sand Dollar Cactus". Astrophytum capricorne "Goat's Horns Cactus". Growth Characteristics: Solitary cactus, up to 4 feet tall. Flowers are yellow with a red center. Astrophytum myriostigma "Bishops Cap". Growth Characteristics: Columnar cactus, up to 2 feet tall by 8 inches in diameter, spineless.
Sun burns easily, requires some shade. Growth Characteristics: Solitary columnar cactus, up to 4 feet tall, 6 inches in diameter. The flowers are pale yellow. Austrocylindropuntia subulata Opuntia subulata "Eve's Needle". Growth Characteristics: Tree cactus, up to 13 feet tall 10 feet in diameter, stems up to 20 inches long. Growth Characteristics: Up to 12 inches tall, stems up to 4 inches long. Flowers Red. Growth Characteristics: Growing slowly to 50 feet; arms 12 to 27 in.
Night blooming white flower when mature. Cereus forbesii f. Cereus hildmannianus monstrose Cereus 'tetragonus' "Fairy Castles". Growth Characteristics: Multiple stems, up to 1 foot tall, stems are commonly less than 1 inch in diameter. Cereus peruvianus monstrose cv. Growth Characteristics: Forms many of "knobby" green heads. Needs good drainage. Bright, filtered light with ample airflow.Printable Catalog.
Use online order form before arriving to ensure availability. Full sun. Heat tolerant. Moderate water, fertilizer summer. Hardy to 26 F.
Grows to 20' tall; 10' diameter. Origin: Southeastern Brazil, northern Argentina. Mutated form of Cereus hildmannianus. Moderate water summer. Hardy to 25 F. Grows to 16' tall; 8' diameter. Coryphantha macromeris Flabby pincushion. USDA: 8b Full sun to part shade. Little water. Grows to 10' tall; 2' spread. Native to New Mexico, Texas, northeastern Mexico. Cylindropuntia ramosissima Diamond cholla. Little or no water. Shrubby cholla grows to 4' tall; 4' wide.
Native to S. Colorado, W. Arizona, southern Nevada, eastern Calif. Echinocactus grusonii Golden barrel cacti.
Cacti and Succulents
Sunset: ; USDA: Regular water summer. Grows slowly 3' tall; 4' wide. Origin: Mexico. Echinocactus horizonthalonius var. Cylindrical grows to 10' tall; 6' diameter. Origin: Mexico, Arizona New Mexico. Clumping colony slowly grows to 5' diameter; 16" tall. Echinocereus stramineus Strawberry hedgehog Sunset: 9b Clumping colony grows to 2' tall; 4' diameter. Origin: southwest Texas, New Mexico, Mexico.
Ferocactus acanthodes.All the information and photos in cactus art file are now available also in the new the Enciclopedia of Cacti. We hope you find this new site informative and useful. A green screw in the sky! Description: A few branches from the original plant were imported in Europe around for a very hight price. The original clone was characterized by stong grey stems covered with a dense pruina coating and with short spines Also known as "short spined clone"but nowadays almost all the plant on the trade are seed grown hybrid specimens derived from cross pollination with presumably Cereus peruvianusthey are usually a darker blue-green colour with longher spines.
It is a heavy bloomer. The original plant from Brazil. Photo of unknown origin from the web The so called "Short spined" form. A cutting. This is a very nice plant. Culture: Cereus forbesii are of easy culture and are cold intolerant. They need a well drained soil mix. Water regularly in summer but allow to dry fully before watering again.
During the winter months they should be rather kept dry. Since they are rapid growers, they need plenty of space for their roots. Repotting should be done every other year, or when the plant has outgrown its pot.
Sun Exposure: Light shade when young, full sun later. Propagation: From cuttings in spring let them dry till the ends callous well. Then replant them in fresh cactus soil that is ever so slightly moist, and keep them that way till they rootor by Seeds Seeds should be sown in a well-drained soil mix. Cereus forbesii "spiralis". Photo of unknown origin from the web. The so called "Short spined" form. A seedling. The ribs grow in a spiral.Cereus type Columnar Cacti.
Carnegiea gigantea Saguaro. Sunset: ,; USDA: Full sun. Heat tolerant. Little water. Grows to 50' tall. Harrisia tetracantha. Synonyms: Cereus tetracanthus, Eriocereus tephracanthus, Roseocereus tephracanthus. Lophocereus schottii 'mieckleyanus' Thin senita form. Organ pipe cactus.
Sunset: ,16,17,; USDA: Hardy to 18 F. Each stem can grow to 20' tall, " diameter. Origin: Arizona, northwestern Mexico. Lophocereus schottii Senita.
Sunset:16, 17, ; USDA: Branching cactus, each stem can grow to 28' tall, 10" diameter. Small white flowers. Origin: AZ, northwest Mexico. Lophocereus schottii monstrose 'mieckleyanus' Thin totem pole. Mutated form of Lophocereus schottii. Hardy to 20 F. Grows to 20' tall; 8' diameter. Myrtillocactus geometrizans Blue candle. USDA: 9b Moderate water. Grows to 12' tall; 8' diameter. Origin: Northern central Mexico. Stenocereus alamosensis Octopus cactus. Rathbunia alamosensis.
Thicket of bending stems, up to 10 ft tall. Tubular pinkish red flowers, attracts hummingbirds. Origin: Mexico Chihuahua and Sonora. Stenocereus griseus. Frost tolerates down to 26 deg.There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. Succulents are a class of plant with thick and fleshy portions that specially evolved to retain water in arid climates. Cactus plants are almost always succulents, though they have no true leaves and instead feature enlarged stems that do all the work, typically covered in spines.
Not all succulents are cacti, but almost all cacti are succulents. Other familiar types of succulent might include aloe, the jade plant or friendship tree, the Christmas cactus and hen and chicks.
Such species make excellent house plantsas they are naturally inclined to dry outdoor living, but can generally survive in almost all common interior conditions. They are recognisable by their striking colours as much as by their unique shapes and flowers, and some growers use them to form wreaths and even bouquets or centrepieces for special occasions such as weddings.
Cacti and succulents are specialised for getting by on very little water.
Spraying them with a gentle mist is often enough, though individual species may have particular needs or requirements that should be taken into consideration before you plant seeds. Succulents can also usually propagate by taking cuttings and similar.
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