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The spider cactus is a type of cactus named for the pattern of its sharp spines. Learn more about this cactus, including how to care for it.
The torch cactus is the one that comes to mind when you think of a desert cactus. Learn how to grow and care for the torch cactus in this article.
The flowering holiday cactus (schlumbergera) from South America is named for the time of its flowering. Learn how to care for this cactus.
The rat tail cactus (aporocactus flagelliformis), a flowering plant, has thin stems that can grow five feet long. Learn how to care for this cactus.
Pincushion cactus needs both cool temperatures and full sun depending on the season. Learn how to care for this demanding cactus at HowStuffWorks.
Prickly pear cactus is a type of house plant with tufts of prickles. Learn more about prickly pear cactus' methods of self-defense at HowStuffWorks.
Peruvian apple cactus looks like a typical cactus and is easy to care for, like most cacti. Learn about caring for this house plant at HowStuffWorks.
Golden barrel cactus forms a single, almost completely round globe with spikes and thick white wool. Learn about this large cactus at HowStuffWorks.
Ruby ball cactus is a mutation that does not have green pigmentation. Learn about this special plant and its care at HowStuffWorks.
Golden ball cactus is a type of house plant named for the sphere of flowers at its crown. Learn how to grow golden ball cactus at HowStuffWorks.
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