CACTUS

We focus our cactus currently on prickly pears, dragon fruit, Epiphyllum oxypetalum (Queen of the night or midnight flower), and harrisia balansae (midnight lady cactus). All of these cactus are can be grown in containers, and backyard or front yard. They are based of warmer and hot climate but can be grow in container in colder climate brought inside during cold weather.

 

SPECIAL SHIPPING NOTE: Some states have their own importing restrictions/regulations, so please check with your local Post Office or the Agriculture department BEFORE PURCHASING. It is the buyers’ responsibility to become informed of their local/state restrictions...NO REFUNDS will be issued due to REFUSED/RETURNED/DESTROYED plants (happens during transit). 

It is not uncommon to find a few brown/bent leaves upon arrival. This is normal and does not affect the plant in any way. Just prune off the affected leaves and your plant will be just fine.

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We sell by individual pads. Each pad can produce a lot of pads. They grown in braches of pads. We recommend using gloves when holding the pads because the pads do have needles that are prickly. It is not cold hardy, so areas that has colder climate, it can be grown in container and brough in during cold season. SOLD OUT!       SPECIAL SHIPPING NOTE: Some stat..
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This amazing epiphyllum, a member of the cactus family from the tropical rain forests of Central and South America, can be easily grown in your home. It is a fast growing plant and may show you many fragrant, dinner-plate size flowers as it ages. Sometimes called a night blooming cereus, but actually it is not of the cereus genus but is in the epiphyllum genus. It can also be called orchid..
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SOLD OUT This amazing epiphyllum, a member of the cactus family from the tropical rain forests of Central and South America, can be easily grown in your home. It is a fast growing plant and may show you many fragrant, dinner-plate size flowers as it ages. Sometimes called a night blooming cereus, but actually it is not of the cereus genus but is in the epiphyllum genus. It can also be ..
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