Echinofossulocactus albatus is an usually solitary cactus. Its stem can grow up to 10 or more cm; it is spherical but can become elongate with age. The apex is covered in white wool and spines.
Echinocereus triglochidiatus var. mojavensis f. inermis is the spineless form of Echinocereus triglochidiatus var. mojavensis. It can present short spines (partially nudum plants). It is a cactus [...]
Echinocereus triglochidiatus var. inermis is a widely spread species: you can find it in Utah, Colorado, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas (USA) and in Mexico.
Echinocereus triglochidiatus is the most wide-spread Echinocereus and one of the most variable: its red flowers is the ony characteristic that the plants belonging to these species have in common.
Crassula orbicularis is native to South Africa: in particular, it occurs from Western Cape to KwaZulu-Natal.
Crassula "Pagoda Variegata" is a nursery hybrid and doesn't exist in nature. Anyway, Crassulas are generally from South Africa and Namibia.
Crassula "Moonglow" is a tiny, beautiful succulent, with fleshy, grey-green, sessile leaves, tightly overlapping upon the stems to form stems like small, square columns.
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