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35 Types of Succulents & Cacti - Growing Tips and Photos

by Max on Mon, 06/04/2018 - 06:20
Types of succulents

The succulent garden design is great for temperate, warm, but also cold locations. Succulents are usually very drought-tolerant as they have thick leaves that they use to store moisture. As they store water in their leaves, they can withstand a long time in the sun with very little water.

If you are a person who’s not at home very often either because of work or a busy life, succulents might be the right plants for you. They require very little attention and can last for a very long time. These plants are also great for adding vibrancy and structure to your home. Sometimes, you might not be able to have a garden outside. Thankfully, you can grow some of these succulents inside in containers with no problems.

Most succulents do very well in hot weather with full sun. But you’ll want to pay attention to how cold of temperatures they can tolerate.

Succulents You Can Grow Indoors

If you are interested in growing a succulent or cactus inside your house, here are some of the below species that you can choose from. Their temperature and light requirements make them ideal for decorating your indoor spaces.

  • Panda plant
  • Aloe Vera
  • Jade Plant
  • Burro’s Tail
  • Flaming Katy

35 Types of Succulents

1. Acanthocalycium Thionanthum

Acanthocalycium Thionanthum

This is a very variable taxon that has several forms. They have many flower colors and spine sizes.

Origin: Argentina – La Rioja, Tucumán, Catamarca, Salta

Name: Acanthocalycium thionanthum

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Full day

Water: Dry, not requiring too much

Temperature: Up to -12° Celsius

Soil: Porous, standard cactus soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: White, yellow, pink, red, orange

Special Features: Showy flowers, container


2. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

This well-known plant originates from the Arabian Peninsula. It usually grows in tropical climates and is cultivated for medicinal and agricultural uses. Some people use it for decorative purposes and grow the plant indoors very successfully.

Origin: Arabian Peninsula

Name: Aloe Vera

Family: Asphodelaceae

Type: Succulent

Mature size: 24-39 inches

Hardiness zone: 8-11

Light: Partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to 0° Celsius

Soil: Sandy potting

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow, green

Special Features: Medicine purposes, indoor


3.  Armatocereus Godingianus

 Armatocereus Godingianus
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This is a tree-like cactus common to South America. Usually, it has white flowers with a specific spiny ovary and fruits. The name comes from the Latin word, “inchesarmatus,” which means “armed.”

 

Origin: South America – Ecuador, Peru

Name: Armatocereus Godingianus

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 36-48 inches

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Full day, but can live with partial sun

Water: Dry, not requiring too much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Non-organic draining soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: White

Special Features: Showy flowers


4. Ariocarpus Iloydii

Ariocarpus Iloydii

This cultivar has fewer tubes, but they are fat, rounded at the apex, and very broad. It is quite a large tubercle compared to other species.

 

Origin: central Mexico

Name: Ariocarpus Iloydii

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day

Water: Dry, not requiring too much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Loose mineral soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink

Special Features: Showy flowers, container


5. Medusita

Astrophytum_caput-medusae
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This cultivar has fewer tubes, but they are fat, rounded at the apex, and very broad. It is quite a large tubercle compared to other species.

 

Origin: Mexico - Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, El Herrero

Name: Astrophytum caput-medusae

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-10

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Medium, requires a bit of water

Temperature: From 0 to 25° Celsius

Soil: Non-organic draining soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow

Special Features: Container



6. Bishop’s Cap

Astrophytum coahuilense
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This plant has some different characteristics from similar plants of this type - the A. myriostigma. Five ribs bishop's Cap plant looks like A. myriostigma. But it has different fruits, seeds, embryos, and flowers. The differences are permanent and constant, so you’ll be able to distinguish it easily.

 

Origin: Mexico – Coahuila and Durante

Name: Astrophytum coahuilense

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 6-12 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Loose, well-draining mineral soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow with a red heart

Special Features: Showy flowers


7. Blue Barrel

Ferocactus glaucescens (Blue Barrel)

This is a barrel-shaped cactus that has a medium size, green-blue skin, and is usually solitary. When the plant ages, it produces a couple of heads. It can form a large mound.

 

Origin: Mexico - Querétaro, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, and San Luis Potosí

Name: Ferocactus glaucescens

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 12-24 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry-Medium, requires some water

Temperature: Keep dry in winter at or above 10° Celsius

Soil: Well draining soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow with a red heart

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


8. Shafer’s Opuntia

Opuntia Shaferi
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This is a cactus species that forms erect clumps. It is moderately branched. It can grow up to 30 centimeters or even more, and up to 15 centimeters in diameter.

 

Origin: Argentina – Jujuy, Bolivia – Oruro, Tarija, Chuquisaca, Potosí

Name: Austrocylindropuntia shaferi

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 6-12 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-10

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Regular watering if the soil is dry

Soil pH: 6-8

Flower Color: red

Special Features: Container


9. Aylostera Narvaecensis

Aylostera (Rebutia) Narvaecensis
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This is a small, clustering cactus. It branches at a low level to form mounds or groups that are up to 15 centimeters wide. It has softly spined stems and rose-pink flowers.

 

Origin: Bolivia – Narvaez

Name: Aylostera narvaecensis

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -7° Celsius

Soil: Open mineral mix, at least 50% sand

Soil pH: 4-6

Flower Color: Pink

Special Features: Container, showy flowers


10. Ball Cactus

Ball Cactus (Parodia magnifica)

This cactus usually develops a depression on the crown. This might cause a distortion when it ages. It has pale yellow spines. You can also find wavy edged forms, but those are usually grafted.

 

Origin: Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay

Name: Parodia magnifica

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 24-36 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Doesn’t tolerate any frost

Soil: Well draining soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow

Special Features: Easy to grow, tolerates drought


11. Beaver Tail

Beaver tail cactus

This plant branches up to 30 centimeters, sometimes even 60 centimeters in clumps of height and up to 1.2 meters in diameter. It is also a small prickly pear.

 

Origin: Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Mexico, California

Name: Opuntia basilaris

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 6-36 inches

Hardiness zone: 8-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -5  Celsius 

Soil: Tolerates sand, mineral soils

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


12. Bird’s Nest, Nipple Cactus

Mammillaria longimamma

This plant can have 10-50 branches. It is solitary at first, but it clusters at a very young age. It forms clusters that can be up to 15 centimeters in diameter.

 

Origin: Querétaro, Guanajuato, Hidalgo

Name: Mammillaria longimamma

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 3-9 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to 0° Celsius

Soil: Mineral soils

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


13. Living Rock

ariocarpus fissuratus

This plant generally develops deep magenta flowers, but pink or white colors and sometimes multicolor flowers can grow.

 

Origin: Mexico - Aramberri

Name: Ariocarpus confuses

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 9

Light: Full day

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius 

Soil: Draining non-organic draining soil

Soil pH: 7.6-7.8

Flower Color: White, pink, magenta

Special Features: Showy flowers, container


14. Monk’s Hood

Astophytum myriostigma

This is a spineless cactus plant. It is almost always solitary, but sometimes it has very few branches. A section of the body reveals a form of a perfectly shaped star.

 

Origin: Mexico - Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, and Tamaulipas

Name: Astophytum myriostigma

Family: Cactaceae family

Type: Succulent/Cactus

Mature size: 3-9 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry-Medium, requires some water

Temperature: Hardy to 0° Celsius

Soil: Calcareous, stony soils

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


15. Burro’s Tail

Sedum morganianum

This is a plant with pretty long stems. It has beautiful and specific green-blue leaves with shining pink-red flowers in the summer.

 

Origin: Mexico, Honduras

Name: Sedum morganianum

Family: Crassulaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 24 inches

Hardiness zone: 11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Medium watering

Temperature: 5-7° Celsius

Soil: Well draining soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink-red

Special Features: Container, indoor


16. Brain Cactus

Stenocactus multicostatus

This plant grows very low. It is a cactus with very acute and wavy ribs. They are pleated very densely together, which gives the plant a wrinkly look. It has 6-18 flattened spines.

 

Origin: Mexico – Durango, Coahuila, Chihuahua

Name: Stenocactus multicostatus

Family: Crassulaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 3-9 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Medium watering, withstands if dry

Temperature: 5-7° Celsius

Soil: Draining mineral potting, isn’t picky about soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Violet

Special Features: Tolerates drought, container


17. Brazilian Prickly Pear

Brazilian Pricky Pear

This is a perennial, tree-like cactus. It rises perfectly straight up to 40 feet high. It has short, mostly declining or horizontal branches.

 

Origin: Brazil, Peru, Andes Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Honduras, Mexico, Florida

Name: Brasiliopuntia brasiliensis

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 12-40 feet

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Full day, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -2° Celsius

Soil: Any well-draining soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink, yellow, red

Special Features: Tolerates drought, container


18. Flaming Katy

Kalanchoe blossfeldiana

This is a very common houseplant spread throughout Madagascar. It will grow the best if you have clay pots with holes at the bottom. It is a great table plant or desk centerpiece.

 

Origin: Madagascar

Name: Kalanchoe blossfeldiana

Family: Crassulaceae

Type: Herbaceous

Mature size: 12-18 feet

Hardiness zone: 8

Light: Shaded spot

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Minimum temperature 10° Celsius

Soil: A potting mix that drains well

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink, orange, red, gold

Special Features: Container, indoor


19. Bunny Cactus

Opuntia microdasys

Usually, this plant grows very low to the ground. It has a lot of branches and can sometimes grow up to 1 meter in height. The pads don’t have any spines but are covered with yellow glochids.

 

Origin: Mexico – Hidalgo, Jalisco, Tamaulipas, Zacatecas

Name: Opuntia microdasys

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 12-36 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -5° Celsius

Soil: Well-draining mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Yellow

Special Features: Tolerates drought, container


20. Button Cactus

Epithelantha Micromeris
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This is a very tiny erect cactus that grows in small groups or is unbranched. It has a globe shape and a gray color. It is relatively rough.

 

Origin: USA – Arizona, New Mexico, Texas; Mexico.

Name: Epithelantha Micromeris

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -12° Celsius

Soil: Well-draining mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink

Special Features: Tolerates drought, container, easy to grow


21. Cabega

Austrocephalocereus dybowskii
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This is a night-blooming species. It mainly branches near the base. It has a bell and tubular-shaped white flowers.

 

Origin: Eastern and Northern Bahia, Brazil

Name: Austrocephalocereus dybowskii

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 48-144 inches

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Tropical climates

Soil: Standard cactus mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: White

Special Features: Container, very difficult to grow


22. Strawberry Hedgehog

Echinocereus engelmannii

This is a highly variable species. It has yellow and dark purple spined forms.

 

Origin: USA, Mexico

Name: Echinocereus engelmannii

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 6-24 inches

Hardiness zone: 7-10

Light: Full sun when mature

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Loose, well-draining mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Purple, Pink

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


23. Candelabra

Myrtillocactus cochal
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This is a tree-like cactus that has a lot of compact branches. It can be up to 4 meters in diameter and up to 4 meters tall. Occasionally, it is grown in pots. It can survive only a few decades.

 

Origin: Mexico – Baja California

Name: Myrtillocactus cohal

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 6-10 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-10

Light: Full sun when mature

Water: Dry-medium, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Well-draining mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Purple, Pink

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


24. Carmine Cob

Echinopsis backebergii
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This is a small cactus species. It has very bright colored blooms. It is variable and has received a lot of names like most of the other Lobivias.

 

Origin: Bolivia – Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Husco

Name: Echinopsis backebergii

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Full sun when mature

Water: Dry-medium, regularly while growing

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Well-draining mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink, red

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


25. Catclaws

Ancistrocactus uncinatus
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This is a cylindrical, solitary cactus. There are three subspecies recognized. They include the nominate, crassihamatus, and wrightii.

 

Origin: Mexico and USA

Name: Anstricocactus uncinatus

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 6 inches

Hardiness zone: 8-12

Light: Full sun when mature

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -7° Celsius

Soil: Sand-gritty, open mineral

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Brownish purple to black, Pink to Dark red

Special Features: Container


26. Dwarf Chin

Gymnocalycium gibbosum

This plant is a solitary and very small cactus with radial spines. It is a highly variable species. The polymorphism makes some people think that there are too many unnecessary varieties.

 

Origin: Argentina –from Buenos Aires to Patagonia

Name: Gymnocalycium gibbosum, spider cactus, dwarf chin cactus

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 1-6 inches

Hardiness zone: 8-10

Light: Full sun, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require much

Temperature: Hardy to -10° Celsius

Soil: Standard cactus mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Pink, white, orange

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought


27. Linkleaf

Schlumbergera truncata

This plant is also called the Christmas cactus. It has many branches. It can be up to 30 centimeters tall and 45 centimeters in diameter. It has many colors of flowers ranging from pink to orange to white to yellow to multicolor.

 

Origin: Brazil – Rio de Janeiro

Name: Schlumbergera truncata

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 18-24 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-12

Light: Partial shade

Water: Requires moderate moisture

Temperature: Warmer climates

Soil: Soil with sphagnum

Soil pH: 5.6-6.5

Flower Color: Pink

Special Features: Container, tolerates drought, can live for a long time


28. Jade Plant

Jade Plant

The Jade plant is also known as the Money Tree, Friendship Tree, and the Lucky plant. This is a very common houseplant across the whole world. It requires very little attention or water and can survive even the harshest conditions.

 

Origin: Mozambique, South Africa

Name: Crassula Ovata

Family: Crassulaceae

Type: Succulent

Mature size: 8-10 inches

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Full sun

Water: Dry, requires very little water

Temperature: Hardy to 10° Celsius

Soil: Well-draining mix

Soil pH: 5.6-6.5

Flower Color: Pink, white

Special Features: Container, indoor, easy to grow


29. Panda Plant

Kalanchoe tomentosa

Panda Plant is also known as a Chocolate Soldier and Pussy Ears. It is fairly small in size and has red rimes on the edges. It is very easy to grow this plant and can be grown indoors too.

 

Origin: Madagascar

Name: Kalanchoe tomentosa

Family: Crassulaceae

Type: Succulent

Mature size: 1.5 inches

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Full sun, partial shade

Water: Only when the soil is dry

Temperature: Hardy to 15° Celsius

Soil: Succulent/cacti mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Gray, green

Special Features: Container, indoor, easy to grow


30. Claret Cup Hedgehog

Echinocereus triglochidiatus

Generally speaking, this is a mounding cactus. It forms bulbous piles ranging from few to more than a hundred cylindrical to spherical stems. There are densely spiny plants but also plants with no spines at all.

 

Origin: Nevada, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California, New Mexico

Name: Echinocereus triglochidiatus

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 12-24 inches

Hardiness zone: 5-9

Light: Full sun

Water: Water regularly during the summer

Temperature: Hardy to -6° Celsius

Soil: Succulent/cacti mix

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Red

Special Features: Container, showy flowers, deer-resistant, drought-tolerant


31. Cleistocactus

Cleistocactus smaragdiflorus
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This shrubby cactus has branching stems that crawl on the ground. They can be up to 1.5 meters tall and 6 meters wide. The spines are usually dark and short. The flowers have an emerald green color.

 

Origin: Bolivia and Argentina

Name: Cleistocactus smaragdiflorus

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 18-48 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-10

Light: Full sun, partial shade

Water: Water regularly during the summer

Temperature: Hardy to -6° Celsius

Soil: Particularly draining substratum

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Emerald green, red

Special Features: Container, showy flowers, attracts hummingbirds


32. Mistletoe Cactus

Rhipsalis mesembryanthemoides
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This plant has very strong stems that are covered with tiny branches. At first, the plant grows straight, but later is branching free and independent. The main branches are cylindrical, woody, and elongated. They are up to 20 centimeters long and up to 2 millimeters in diameter.

 

Origin: Brazil – Rio de Janeiro

Name: Rhipsalis mesembryanthemoides

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 6-24 inches

Hardiness zone: 10-11

Light: Full sun, partial shade

Water: Moderate moisture

Temperature: Hardy to -5° Celsius

Soil: Acidic, loose, rich

Soil pH: 6.1-6.5

Flower Color: White

Special Features: Easy to grow, container


33. Saguaro opuntia

Consolea falcata
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This is another tree-like cactus. It has very glossy and dark green arms that can be up to 1.5 meters high. The pads are much longer than they are wide. They have only a small of amount of spines, if any at all.

 

Origin: Haiti – Saline Michel

Name: Consolea falcata

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 72-96 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full sun, partial shade

Water: Dry-medium, doesn’t require too much

Temperature: Hardy to -2° Celsius

Soil: Any kind of well-draining soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Red

Special Features: Easy to grow, container, drought-tolerant


34. Old Man Opuntia

Austrocylindropuntia vestita
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This is usually very furry cactus. The plant forms branches both near the top and base of the stems The name refers to plants’ vestments.

 

Origin: Argentina – Jujuy, Salta. Bolivia – La Paz, Tarija, Potosi, Chuquisaca, Cochabamba

Name: Austrocylindropuntia vestita

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 6-24 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full sun, partial shade

Water: Dry, doesn’t require too much /p>

Temperature: Hardy to 0° Celsius

Soil: Well-draining and mineral

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: Purple-pink

Special Features: Container


35. Creeping Devil

Ferocactus glaucescens (Blue Barrel)
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This is one of the strangest cactuses you’ll find in nature. It has very strong stems. They can grow up to 3 meters high and up to 8 centimeters in diameter. As they creep, they take root, eventually covering a huge area. Sometimes, the plant will separate from the parent and leave it to die.

 

Origin: Baja, California

Name: Stenocereus eruca

Family: Cactaceae

Type: Cactus

Mature size: 6-12 inches

Hardiness zone: 9-11

Light: Full sun

Water: Dry, doesn’t require too much /p>

Temperature: Hardy to 0° Celsius

Soil: Very sandy soil

Soil pH: 6.1-7.8

Flower Color: White

Special Features: Drought-tolerant


Sources:

  • Scott Calhoun - The Gardener's Guide to Cactus The 100 Best Paddles, Barrels, Columns, and Globes (2012, Timber Press)
  • William Harland, Sybil Harland - Growing Cacti & Succulents (Growing Series) (1993)
  • http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/

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