Ming Thing is a very unusual monstrose cactus that has won our hearts!
Posts about cacti
We have a Thanksgiving cactus fruit!
Rich found another unique succulent for our collection!
On a tip from Dad, we went to Home Depot to find a whole rack of new succulents!
It’s not a cactus, but this unusual succulent captured our attention and affection.
An unexpected find at Home Depot: Echinocereus with pups
New segments are appearing daily on my Easter cacti.
Gymnocalycium damsii: always reliable for early and persistent Barbie-pink flowers!
Seed-grown Stenocereus cleaned and ready for repotting
Today’s trip to Walmart resulted in the rescue of an Eriosyce and a Stenocereus.
Today’s visit to the Home Despot yielded two new plants for the collection—both Mammillaria.
Like other Opuntioideae, Tephrocactus root quickly … but I never expected it to be this fast!
Once rescued from Home Despot, this plant’s true beauty shines through!
Who could resist a blue cactus?!
This "paper spine" cactus is fragile!
We’ll give this pale, neglected cactus a good chance!
A thrilling gift from a thoughtful colleague!
No, this is not the red-headed Irishman again. It’s our Thanksgiving cactus (Schlumbergera truncata) blooming again in March.
Izzy, our first Parodia magnifica (and one of our first cacti!) blooms again!
Astrophytum myriostigma var. quadricostatum: This cube-shaped cactus has been on my wishlist for years!
This unassuming little cactus has grown slowly and consistently and has worked his way into my heart over the years.
Last week’s "heat wave" produced a whole new flush of buds on our outdoor cacti.