Epithelantha micromeris “Button Cactus” Origin: New Mexico Flower: Pink-white Description: Unique looking, globular shaped cactus that has white-gray spines. It grows to be up to 2 inches and 1.5 inches wide. After the cactus blooms tiny pink-white flowers, it produces
Echinocactus grusonii “Golden Barrel”Origin: MexicoFlower: Yellow flowers around the crown of the plant after it reaches about 20 years old.Description: Slow growing, spherical cactus that can over many years grow up to 3 feet tall and about 36 inches wide.
Notocactus ottonisOrigin: BrazilFlower: YellowDescription: A simple, globular cactus that may later produce offsets and later usually forms into a clustering plant. Can grow up to about 5-6 inches tall. Produces beautiful, bright yellow flowers at a young age.Sun: Partial to
Sempervivum tectorum “Houseleek”Origin: Swiss AlpsFlower: PinkDescription: Low growing, rosette succulent that can only grows up to about 6 inches tall and can spread up to 20 inches wide. Also known as “Hens n Chickens,” this succulent easily produces offsets that
Euphorbia feroxOrigin: South AfricaFlower: YellowDescription: A slow-growing cactus that grows to about 5-6 inches tall. With its red spines and interesting shape, this Euphorbia species is a great as a container plant. Like all Euphorbias, this variety is poisonous with
Mammillaria schiedeanaOrigin: Hidalgo, MexicoFlower: Cream-yellowDescription: Slow growing, spherical cactus with short, interwoven golden spines. As featured in this video, this cactus may grow with offsets on top or as a solitary plant. Grown in rocky slopes in Mexico.Sun: Filtered sunWater: