Cereus peruvianus monstrose (SER-ee-us per-u-vee-AN-us MAHN-strose) is a member of the Cactaceae family of plants. It is a large, tall, thorny succulent perennial plant, recognizable by its towering columnar or
The Totem Pole Cactus – Lophocereus schottii var. monstrous (lof-oh-KER-ee-us SHOT-ee-eye) is a perennial member of the plant family Cactaceae. It hails from the desert areas of Baja, California, ranging
The Cardon cactus – Pachycereus Pringlei [pak-ee-KER-ee-us] [PRING-lee-eye] is a flowering cactus belonging to the cactus family Cactaceae. It’s the tallest cactus in the world and native to Northwestern Mexico
The Night Blooming Cereus Peruvinus is a cactus with a columnar growth and shape. It produce large platter-size white fragrant flowers on ribbed, spiny stems. Get more details in this article and learn about this interesting cactus houseplant.
The hedgehog cactus, Echinocereus (ek-in-oh-KER-ee-us) is a ribbed, cylindrical cactus plant and part of the family Cactaceae and genus Echinocereus. The hedgehog plant name comes from the Greek ‘echinos’ meaning