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1. ariocarpus
(Phocagallery / ariocarpus)
Habitat: Texas, New Mexico, Northern Mexico. Description: they have a short stem with hard, large tubercles and a fleshy taproot. The white, pink or purple flowers arise from the centre. They are adapted ...
2. asclepiadaceae
(Phocagallery / asclepiadaceae)
Tribes: PERIPLOCEAE, CYNANCHEAE, MARSDENIEA, CEROPEGIEAE, STAPELIEAE. Habitat: they occur in a wide range of climates, from temperate to subtropical or tropical regions and even deserts; semi-arid regions ...
3. aztekium
(Phocagallery / aztekium)
Habitat: Northern and central Mexico. Description: a genus of dwarf globular cacti with 8 to 11 ribs, a tap root and green colour. They seldom produce offsets if not grafted. They are highly adapted ...
4. coryphantha
(Phocagallery / coryphantha)
Habitat: United States, Mexico. Description: globular or columnar cacti, usually densely spined with a tuberous taproot system. The tubercles, each bearing an areole, are arranged in spirals and vertically ...
5. echinocereus
(Phocagallery / echinocereus)
Habitat: Mexico, western United States. Description: the plants grouped in this genus occupy very different habitats: from sea level to elevations of approximately 3000 metres (9800 ft). Some show an ...
6. echinomastus
(Phocagallery / echinomastus)
Habitat: Mexico, United States. Description: a genus of globular or cylindrical cacti with felty areoles bearing numerous spines. The funnel-shaped flowers may be from purple to red or pink but they’re ...
7. echinopsis
(Phocagallery / echinopsis)
Habitat: Bolivia, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay. Description: globular, cylindrical when older, half-hardy cacti with spiny ribs. Some grow in semi-desert regions sheltered by tufts of grasses, others ...
8. epithelantha
(Phocagallery / epithelantha)
Habitat: from Texas to northern Mexico. Description: tiny, globular plants covered with short white spines. The diurnal flowers are borne at the centre of the apical crown during the summer. They were ...
9. gymnocalycium
(Phocagallery / gymnocalycium)
Habitat: South America: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, southern Brazil, Bolivia, found from sea level to 1000 m (3300 ft) of altitude. Description: a genus of small, globular or short cylindrical cacti ...
10. mammillaria
(Phocagallery / mammillaria)
Habitat: Mexico, south-west of the United States, South America, West Indies. Description: a genus of small, globular or cylindrical plants, from whose axils tiny, crown-shaped flowers arise; they may ...
11. neolloydia
(Phocagallery / neolloydia)
Habitat: wildernesses of southern Texas and Chihuahua desert (north-east of Mexico), from 700 to 2400 metres (2300-7900 ft) of altitude. Description: small, globular plants that tend to become cylindrical ...
12. opuntia
(Phocagallery / opuntia)
Habitat: the genus is widespread across America, from sea level to 3000 metres (9800 ft). Description: these plants are variable in size and develop braches with flat, cylindrical or globular ribless ...
13. pediocactus
(Phocagallery / pediocactus)
Habitat: California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado. Description: a genus of small plants living at high elevations with a globular or subglobular shape. The tubercles are pronounced and ...
14. pereskia
(Phocagallery / pereskia)
Habitat: tropical America. Description: a primitive genus of cactaceous plants forming shrubs with a prostrate or climbing habit; the leaves are oval and stalked, the areoles large with tufts of tough ...
15. Succulents
(Phocagallery / Succulente)
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING: Since this website has already reached a considerable size, due to the many photo galleries and the development of different language versions, providing extensive information ...
16. sulcorebutia
(Phocagallery / sulcorebutia)
Habitat: Bolivian mountains, between 2000 and 4000 metres (6500-13000 ft). Description: a genus of small, globular plants that may form clusters; the areoles, usually with pectinate spines, are vertically ...
17. uebelmannia
(Phocagallery / uebelmannia)
Habitat: Brazil. Description: recently discovered beautiful, globular plants having green stems with several ribs and closely-spaced areoles. The flowers are yellow and diurnal and appear in the summer. ...
18. Fitofarmaci
(Coltivazione/Le malattie)
... una testa, fino allo spappolamento, in 500 cc. d'acqua, poi si filtra. Contro cocciniglie e metcalfa lo stesso sapone di Marsiglia (50 gr. sciolto in 100 di cc. d'acqua), con aggiunta di 900 cc. di ...
Saturday, 04 April 2009
19. Lithops
... fare in modo che ad ogni corpo resti attaccato un breve peduncolo, ponendo il corpo stesso a radicare in sabbia asciutta, con eventuale aggiunta di polvere di carbone. Si inumidisce lievemente dopo una ...
Wednesday, 07 January 2009
20. F.A.Q.
('Uncategorised Content')
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Here beginners can find answers to their most frequently asked questions: 1 – Some of my succulents never set seed. Why is that so? 2 – How can I get my cacti to ...
Monday, 12 January 2009
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