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In this website, we want to take you to explore the wonderful world of the cactus. We will discover and get to know the different cacti found all over the world. In the list below are the latest articles arranged by date. We hope you enjoy getting to know cacti with us.
Amicidelcactus is a website that celebrates the cactus, one of the most amazing plants in the world. In this website, we want share our knowledge and passion for cactus with fellow enthusiasts.
You can find described here hundreds of species of cactus. We want to tell you how they look like, where they come from, how they are grown, and so on. If you are looking for information to grow cactus, you’ve come to the right place. You can find here gardening tips on growing different types of cacti, and finally, we will visit some of the major cactus gardens of the world.
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The Cactus in Our Garden
Hello and welcome to Our Cactus Garden! You can find described here hundreds of species of cactus.
Ariocarpus agavoides, Cactus
Ariocarpus agavoides is a species of cactus in the family Cactaceae. It is endemic to Mexico, and its natural habitat is hot deserts. It is commonly known as Tamaulipas Living Rock Cactus. This species is almost extinct in the wild due to over-collection.
Ariocarpus agavoides is a rosette-shaped succulent, growing up to 7 cm in diameter. Its tubercles are 4 cm long and 0.5 cm wide, with pointed tips and 1-3 very short spines. Diurnal magenta flowers (4 cm in diameter) are produced in mid-summer. It grows well in full sun and propagation is by seeds.
Arthrocereus glaziovii, Cactus
Arthrocereus glaziovii is an endangered species of cactus in the family Cactaceae. It is endemic to Minas Gerais in Brazil, and can be found at elevation of 1300 – 1750 m in rocky areas.
Cereus repandus, Cactus
Cereus repandus is a species of cactus in the family Cactaceae. It is also known as Peruvian Apple Cactus, Giant Club Cactus, or Hedge Cactus. Cereus repandus is native to the West Indies through Venezuela, and is cultivated in Israel and South America.
Cereus repandus is a large, erect, and thorny columnar cactus, growing up to 10 m tall and 10-20 cm in diameter. The cylindrical gray-green stems are segmented and multi-lobed, and bear white nocturnal flowers. The fruits are medium-sized, smooth, round, and dark-red in color. The edible white flesh contains numerous small, black, crunchy seeds and is mildly sweet. The ripe fruits often split open while still on the plant.
Cereus repandus is a popular ornamental plant, especially in arid landscapes. It grows well in full sun and requires little water when established. Propagation is by seeds or stem cuttings.
Arthrocereus rondonianus, Cactus
Arthrocereus rondonianus is a vulnerable species of cactus in the family Cactaceae. It is endemic to Minas Gerais in Brazil, growing in dry savanna and rocky areas. It has slender stems with 14-18 ribs. Stems branching from the base, growing to 50 cm long and 2.5 cm in diameter, with 1-2 central spines and numerous needle -like radials. It bears lilac-pink flowers in June.