We have some extraordinary, rare or sometimes just odd cactus every now and then.
Currently Listed by Common Name
On the left you'll see Brad examining a wonderful example of a Trichocereus terscheckii in Argentina.
A cactus is (plural: cacti) a member of the plant family Cactaceae, native to the Americas (with one exception, Rhipsalis baccifera, which is native to parts of the Old World). They are often used as ornamental plants, and some are also crop plants for fodder, forage, fruits, cochineal, and other uses. Numerous species have been used since ancient times by indigenous peoples for their psychedelic effects. Cacti are part of the plant order Caryophyllales, which also includes members like beets, gypsophila, spinach, amaranth, tumbleweeds, carnations, rhubarb, buckwheat, plumbago, bougainvillea, chickweed and knotgrass.