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Snapshots

  1. Pleiospilos nelii

    Snapshot Title: Pleiospilos nelii
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Cactus Assortment - Focus Stacked
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Split Rock cactus or Pleiospilos nelii is a small cactus native to Africa.
    When young, the cactus has two fleshy green leaves that appear like a green ball that has been split. As the cactus matures,...



  2. Euphorbia trigona

    Snapshot Title: Euphorbia trigona
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Cactus Assortment - Focus Stacked
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    African Milk cactus or Euphorbia trigona is a great home cactus that may grow to be over 8 feet tall in many household situations. Branching arms of the milk cactus may give it the appearance of Sagu...



  3. Espostoa lanata

    Snapshot Title: Espostoa lanata
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Cactus Assortment - Focus Stacked
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Snow Pole cactus or Espostoa lanata is an unusual and attractive cactus sometimes found in houseplant collections. Their columnar form and fine white hair-like needles make them attractive for home ga...



  4. Mammillaria spinosissima

    Snapshot Title: Mammillaria spinosissima
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Cactus Assortment - Focus Stacked
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Mammillaria spinosissima or Red-Headed Irishman cactus is a beautiful small cactus that makes a nice addition to a houseplant collection.
    Mammillaria spinosissima is native to Mexico but thrives in su...



  5. Haworthia fasciata

    Snapshot Title: Haworthia fasciata
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Cactus Assortment - Focus Stacked
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Sometimes called Zebra Cactus, the Haworthia are common cactus houseplants.
    Related to Aloe, many Haworthia have distinctive green and white patterns on the leaves giving rise to the zebra appearance....



  6. Copper King Cactus

    Snapshot Title: Copper King Cactus
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Cactus Assortment - Focus Stacked
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Mammillaria elongata is often called Copper King because of the copper colored spines.
    Because of the ease of culturing, Copper King is a common cactus cultivar.