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1. aizoaceae
(Phocagallery / aizoaceae)
Habitat: mainly South Africa although they also occur in Madagascar, Horn of Africa, Arabian peninsula, Island of Elba, Australia and New Zealand. Description:  the Aizoaceae (Rudolphi) family of ...
2. aporophyllum
(Phocagallery / aporophyllum)
Habitat: intergeneric hybrids. Description: a group of hybrids obtained by crossing Aporocactus with Epiphyllum. Soil: fertile mix with a  pH of 6. Location: a shady and well ventilated site; ...
3. 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 ...
4. arrojadoa
(Phocagallery / arrojadoa)
Habitat: Brazil. Description: a genus with upright stems, sometimes exhibiting a horizontal or oblique habit. Some may be cespitose, others such as A. rhodantha quite tall. The glossy green stems have ...
5. asteraceae (compositae)
(Phocagallery / asteraceae)
Habitat: the succulent species occur in South Africa, the Canary Islands, South Arabia, India, Madagascar. Description: the family includes dicotyledonous plants that may store water in the leaves, ...
6. aylostera
(Phocagallery / aylostera)
Habitat: mountainous regions of South America, particularly in Bolivia and Argentina. Description: globular cacti with tubercles arranged in spirals; they tend to sucker. Young as well as adult plants ...
7. borzicactus
(Phocagallery / borzicactus)
Habitat: mountains of Peru, Bolivia, Equador and Chile. Description: a very diverse genus of cacti, often with a shrub-like habit and upright or sprawling stems. Some plants grow in foggy deserts at ...
8. burseraceae
(Phocagallery / burseraceae)
Habitat: the Tropics. Description: this group embraces dicotyledonous, deciduous plants that grow into shrubs or trees; they are related to the Rutaceae and produce resins and oils. The leaves are alternate ...
9. carnegiea
(Phocagallery / carnegiea)
Habitat: Arizona, southwestern California, State of Sonora (Mexico). Description: a genus of gigantic columnar cacti that may reach 15 metres (50 ft) in height. Very long-lived, they’re commonly ...
10. caudiciforms
(Phocagallery / caudiciformi)
Habitat: Africa, Australia, Socotra, Central and South America, Mexico, Baja California, California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas. Description: this is ...
11. chamaecereus
(Phocagallery / chamaecereus)
Habitat: Northern Argentina, sub-Andean mountain ranges. Description: this genus tends to develop large clusters of stems 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 in) long; they bear numerous red flowers in late summer. A ...
12. commelinaceae
(Phocagallery / commelinaceae)
Habitat: the Tropics. Description: a family of monocotyledonous plants with succulent leaves, many of which are sprawling or climbing. The flowers consist of three petals and three sepals and the fruits ...
13. convolvulaceae
(Phocagallery / convolvulaceae)
Habitat: India, South Africa,Transvaal region, Namibia. Description: these woody or herbaceous plants often show a climbing habit and may contain latex. They generally have a large rhizome or caudex. ...
14. crassulaceae
(Phocagallery / crassulaceae)
Subfamilies: CRASSULOIDEAE, SEDOIDEAE, COTYLEDONOIDEAE, KALANCHOIDEAE, ECHEVERIOIDEAE, SEMPERVIVOIDEAE. According to some botanists only two of them are to be considered subfamilies:the Crassuloideae and ...
15. cucurbitaceae
(Phocagallery / cucurbitaceae)
Habitat: Europe, America, South Africa. Description: a family of herbaceous plants or prostrate little shrubs, often climbing by means of tendrils. The stem and leaves are usually rough and covered ...
16. didiereaceae
(Phocagallery / didiereaceae)
Habitat: Madagascar. Description: the family includes spiny shrubs or trees with succulent stems, fleshy small leaves and flowers arranged in inflorescences. Soil: basic mix. Location: choose a bright ...
17. epiphyllum
(Phocagallery / epiphyllum)
Habitat: mainly plants of garden origin. There are hundreds of hybrids obtained by crossing Epiphyllum with Selenicereus, Echinopsis and so on. Description: these plants, growing as epiphytes in the ...
18. escobaria
(Phocagallery / escobaria)
Habitat: desert regions of southwestern Texas and southern New Mexico. Description: the genus comprises mainly globular cacti with a clumping habit, with vertically furrowed tubercles like Coryphantha. ...
19. eulychnia
(Phocagallery / eulychnia)
Habitat: foggy deserts of Chile and Peru. Description: columnar, tree-like cacti having conspicuous areoles with tufts of long white hairs. Formerly included in the genus Cereus. Soil: basic mix. Location: ...
20. euphorbiaceae
(Phocagallery / euphorbiaceae)
Habitat: the family is distributed across warm temperate, subtropical and tropical areas occurring in Central and Austral Africa, Madagascar, the Canary Islands, Ethiopia, Zambia, with a few species growing ...
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