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Peanut Cactus

Chamaecereus silvesrii

Description:

These flowering cacti were given to us by our neighbour last year (his daughter "breeds" them) and after this picture was taken we transferred it to a larger pot. It looks like it will have a lot more flowers soon. Most cactus flowers only last a day or two. The flowers are perhaps 3-4cms across.

Habitat:

Garden

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2 Comments

Thanks Stavros, I have verified and updated.

StavrosApostolou
StavrosApostolou 7 years ago

Chamaecereus silvesrii

Llíria, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain

Spotted on Apr 26, 2011
Submitted on Apr 26, 2011

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