Opuntia microdasys at the Arizona Botanical Garden - endemic to northern and central Mexico

Opuntia microdasys at the Arizona Botanical Garden - endemic to northern and central Mexico

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The Opuntia microdasys albispina is related to the large, imposing prickly pear, but this dwarf Opuntia is perfect for small pots in the home.

The Opuntia microdasys albispina is related to the large, imposing prickly pear, but this dwarf Opuntia is perfect for small pots in the home.

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Opuntia cactus. Looks friendly, but don't touch the fluffy dots - they're packed full of glochids, tiny fragile spines that break off in the skin like splinters.

Opuntia cactus. Looks friendly, but don't touch the fluffy dots - they're packed full of glochids, tiny fragile spines that break off in the skin like splinters.

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Opuntia microdasys (Bunny Ears, Polka Dot Cactus, Angel’s Wings, Golden-Bristle) → Plant characteristics and more photos at: http://www.worldofsucculents.com/?p=1511

Opuntia microdasys (Bunny Ears, Polka Dot Cactus, Angel’s Wings, Golden-Bristle) → Plant characteristics and more photos at: http://www.worldofsucculents.com/?p=1511

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**FROM LEFT** Elephant ear kalanchoe (*Kalanchoe beharensis*), Foxtail fern (*Asparagus densiflorus meyeri*), Golden bristle cactus (*Opuntia microdasys*), Chalk sticks (*Senecio mandraliscae*), Leaf cactus.

**FROM LEFT** Elephant ear kalanchoe (*Kalanchoe beharensis*), Foxtail fern (*Asparagus densiflorus meyeri*), Golden bristle cactus (*Opuntia microdasys*), Chalk sticks (*Senecio mandraliscae*), Leaf cactus.

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