Cactus Plants Assorted 4" to 14"
Cactus 4" 6" 8" 10" 12" 14"
Assorted sizes and styles!
Some very cool looking and eclectic Cactus are ready for you to take home!
Cactus, Cacti, which is correct, who's right, you or your friend, cactus or cacti...
Cacti is the Latin plural of cactus, and for English speakers is a more popular usage.
Cactuses is the English plural, and is also completely acceptable to use.
Your Cactus will be in a Grower's Pot, which is a polymer container that has nurtured and protected your succulent since it was an itsy bitsy seedling in the nursery, before it burst into our beautiful world and arrived at our Greenhouse.
Additionally, we have some extremely rare and hard to find Cactus listed below.
You will see the Cactus marked rare (rare) next to its price.
A note about Euphorbias:
Euphorbias are classified as succulents, but thought of as a cactus.
The Euphorbia genus of plants is most well-known for its succulent species, which are elegant and architectural in appearance.
These plants are often mistaken for cacti due to many of the popular varieties being stem succulents.
We include them here because of their similarity to cactus, and most everyone will look at a Euphorbia and exclaim "That's a cactus!".
Assorted Cactus 6" $40
Assorted Cactus 8" $75
Assorted Cactus 10" $85
Column Cactus 8” $75
Column Cactus 12" $150
Euphorbia milii Crown of Thorns 10" $90
Euphorbia Fire Sticks Pencil 6" $50
Euphorbia Acrurensis Desert Candle 14" $525
Euphorbia Trigona African Milk Tree 4" $15
Fairy Castle Cactus 4" $20
Golden Barrel Cactus 6" $30
Opuntia 'Prickly Pear' Cactus 4.5" $20
Opuntia "Prickly Pear' Cactus 6" $40
Opuntia "Prickly Pear' Cactus 10" $125
- Pencil Cactus 14" $350
Rattail Cactus in a Hanging Basket 6" $55
Rhipsalis burchellii 'Mistletoe' in a Hanging Basket 6" $45
Rhipsalis Teres var. Prismatica 'Wickerware' in a Hanging Basket 6" $45
Selenicereus Chrysocardium, Fern Leaf/Shark tooth in a Hanging Basket 8" $85 (rare)
A cactus is a member of the plant family Cactaceae, a family comprising about 127 genera with some 1750 known species of the order Caryophyllales.
The word "cactus" derives, through Latin, from the Ancient Greek κάκτος, kaktos, a name originally used by Theophrastus for a spiny plant whose identity is now not certain.
Cactus lifespan typically ranges from 10 to 200 years, depending on the species - amazing!
Cacti growing outdoors in ideal conditions tend to live longer than those cultivated as houseplants.
However, with good care many indoor cactuses can live for many decades.
Most cacti species don't need exposure to direct sunlight to survive.
Just like other succulents, cacti plants will do well when positioned in places with good light and not necessarily direct sunlight.
If you are growing your plants indoors, position them on a south-facing window to help them access bright light
While growing, cacti and succulents should be watered at least once a week.
Some cactus lovers water more often than this.
During each watering, give the soil a good soaking, so that water runs out of the 'drainage holes' of the pots.
We do not warranty or guarantee any living plant. No returns or exchanges on live plants. All sales are final on live plants.
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