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Ferocactus chrysacanthus

Latin Name:  Ferocactus chrysacanthus Description:  A globose to cylindrical plant up to about 3 ft high and dark green in color. There are 13-22 tubercled ribs and the areoles carry four to six slender white radial spines and four to ten curved yellow or red centrals. Flowers are...
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Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi

Common Names: South American air plant, lavender-scallops, gray sedum Family: Crassulaceae (orpine Family) Description South American air plant is a perennial succulent with upright flowering stems and decumbent, spreading sterile (non-flowering) stems that take root wherever they lie on the ground. It grow to about 2 ft (0.6 m) tall and...
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Euphorbia milii

Common Names: crown of thorns, Christ plant, Christ thorns Family: Euphorbiaceae (spurge Family) Description Crown of thorns is a bushy, very spiny, semi-succculent shrub that gets about 3 ft (1 m) in height, with a spread around 2 ft (60 cm). It has tough, leathery bright green leaves...
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Mammillaria albiflora

Scientific Name: Mammillaria albiflora Family: Cactaceae (Cactus Family) Series: Lasiacanthae Habitat: It grows at 2150-2200 m in altitude. Morphology (Identifying Characteristics): Habit: it is a small cactus, usually solitary, globular or cylindrical (clusters of stems can be seen in cultivation) Stem: Somewhat cylindrical, slender, about 2 cm wide...
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Opuntia ficus

Opuntia ficus indica, commonly called Indian fig or prickly pear, is a large cactus capable of growing to the size of a small tree. It is native to arid parts of North and South America and will grow at both high and low elevations. Opuntia ficus indica produces...
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