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Echinopsis chamaecereus - Google Search

Echinopsis chamaecereus - Google Search

Piaranthus gemininatus

Piaranthus gemininatus

Rhipsalis pilocarpa, commonly known as 'Mistletoe Cactus' is a epiphytic species of plant in the Cactaceae family. The stems are cylindrical and thin. They are unusual for Rhipsalis species in that the stems have a covering of white hairs. The stems branch at the tips, at intervals. Flower buds also develop at the tips and like most other Rhipsalis species, the individual flowers are white and relatively small but can be produced in large numbers. #succulents #Rhipsalis

Rhipsalis pilocarpa, commonly known as 'Mistletoe Cactus' is a epiphytic species of plant in the Cactaceae family. The stems are cylindrical and thin. They are unusual for Rhipsalis species in that the stems have a covering of white hairs. The stems branch at the tips, at intervals. Flower buds also develop at the tips and like most other Rhipsalis species, the individual flowers are white and relatively small but can be produced in large numbers. #succulents #Rhipsalis

Euphorbia daysimontana obesa

Euphorbia daysimontana obesa

Sempervivum ‘Virgil’   This purple beauty is a fast grower, and it thrives in full sun and little water.

Sempervivum Virgil - Nice medium size variety with lilac grey rosettes. Tips turn to a very deep purple in the fall. Evergreen Sempervivums tend to change colors throughout the year.

The Opuntia microdasys albispina is related to the large, imposing prickly pear, but this dwarf Opuntia is perfect for small pots in the home.

HGTV Gardens describes some of the exotic cacti varieties cactus fans might want to consider

Echinopsis chamaecereus - Peanut cactus

Echinopsis chamaecereus - Peanut cactus

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