Here in central Mex. where the monsoon rains are a daily occurrence during summer and into fall, Leucophyllum frutescens grows beautifully in well-draining positions. Soil is consistently moist during 4 – 5 months of the yr.
Just wondering if zygophyllum (or candidum) have a similar tolerance to our excess moisture.
Hi! Funny post! I suffer from the ospipote of Cactus Blindness, which would be Annoying-Everyone-By-Insisting-To-Know-Not-Only- Species-But-Also-Subspecies-and Taxonomical-History-itis.I have many friends to whom all cacti literally look alike, include succulents that are not cacti and even sometimes fenceposts, small furry mammals and certain rocks and minerals.anyway…I think the “Lemaireocereus” is a Pilocereus, but I’m terrible with columnar cacti so I’m not sure.Your frustrating fuzzy gold no ID is Parodia (Notocactus) leninghausii.The other no ID with the tubercles and downward pointing spines remains a mystery to me as well.You guesses on F. latispinus, C. gigantea, S. thurberi and M. spino. seem spot on to me.Maybe you don’t really suffer from CB after all?One of your readers sent the link to cactiGuide so I’m sure you are about to be inundated with other suggestions any minute….Peter
Okay I’m convinced. Let’s put it to action.
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