Cacti and Succulents

Cactus and succulents belong to a very versatile, large group of plants that mostly come from desert waste lands. They are very carefree, rugged, and drought resistant, and yet claims so many interesting shapes and spectacular flowers. Succulent plants store water and other nourishing elements in their swollen "fat" body including stems, leaves, roots. This unique ability help them to survive long periods of drought or many hostile environments.

Annual-Perennials Trees Shrubs Bulbs Vines Water Plants

Cactus plants

Borzicactus samaipatanus Cereus jamacaru Cleitocactus Chain-fruit cholla Cow's horn cactus
Echinobivia 'Water Melon' Echinocactus ingens Echinopsis 'Glorious' Echiobivia 'Beach Monarch' Echinocereus cinerascens
Echinocereus pentalophus Echinocereus stoloniferus Echinopsis 'Apricot Glow' Echinopsis open hybrid Echinopsis 'Rosalie'
Echinopsis cactus Ferrocactus schwarzii Ferrocactus echidne Ferrocactus robustus Ferrocactus viridescens
Golden Barrel Lithops Mammillaria Notocactus claviceps Notocactus leninghousii
cactus flower
Notocactus magnificus Notocactus Notocactus horstii Old man of the Andes Opuntia microdasys
Tulip prickly pear
Violet Prickly Pear Opuntia quitensis Tulip Prickly Pear Saquaro cactus Finger cactus
tree cholla    
Teddybear cholla Trichocereus schickendantzii Tree Cholla    


adenium aloe Aloe Aloe Aloe
Adenium Aloe vera Aloe ballii Aloe framesii Aloe 'Kojo'
Aloe Aloe
Aloe 'Rooikappie' Aloe 'Sophie' Coral aloe Aeonium Baja spurge
crassula christmas cactus crown of thorn desert agave
Crassula Christmas cactus Crown of Thorn Cyphostemma Desert agave
epiphyllum false red agave echeveria
Dragon Fruit Epiphyllum Erythrina False red Agave Hen and chicks
purple iceplant queen of the night
Jade plant Kniphofia Madagasca Palm Purple Iceplant Queen of the Night
sedum stonecrop
Sedum Spring Cactus Stalked Bulbine Spurge Stonecrop
plumeria Yellow moss yucca
Wild Plumeria Yellow Moss Yucca Aloe vacillans Artichoke Agave
Tree Euphorbia Tower of Jewels Bush iceplants