This fascinating garden is home to over 250 different kinds of cactus and succulents

Agave Deserti
Agave Deserti

This cactus can be found mostly in the desert regions of Southern California, Baja California, and Arizona. The height of the Agave Deserti can range from 12 to 36 ft.

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Opuntia Basilaris
Opuntia Basilaris

(Beavertail Cactus) This cactus can be found mostly in the South Western part of the United States. It can grow to about 60 cm tall.

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Agave Victoriae
Agave Victoriae

Reginae Originated in Mexico, this cactus takes 5-10 years to mature. It's average height is 12''

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Cleistocactus Strausii
Cleistocactus Strausii

(Silver Torch) This plant is native to Bolivia and Argentina. It blooms in the late summer and can grow up to 8 ft.

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Cylindropuntia Versicolor
Cylindropuntia Versicolor

(Staghorn Cholla) The Cylindropuntia Versicolor can be found mostly around Tucson, Arizona and Mexico. The stems are shaped like deer antlers and the branches are very thick. This cactus blooms in late spring/early summer.

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Echinocactus Texensis
Echinocactus Texensis

(Horse-Crippler Cactus) This cactus is mostly found in the prairies of Texas and New Mexico. They are considered dangerous to humans and animals due to the fact that they have long spines that can flatten the tires of a vehicle and severely injure anyone stepping on it.

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Opuntia Spinosior
Opuntia Spinosior

(Cane Cholla) This plant species is native the Arizona, New Mexico, and Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua. the yellow fruits grown on the cactus are edible.

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Opuntia Erinacea
Opuntia Erinacea

(Mojave Prickly - Pear) Also known as the old man cactus, this cactus can be found in Western North America. They can grow up to as tall as 16 inches.

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Echinocactus Grusonii
Echinocactus Grusonii

(Goldern Barrel Cactus) This cactus is originated in East Central Mexico and is said to be critically endangered. The Echinocactus Grusonii can reach over 3.3 feet.

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