Geoffrey's Cacti

When I was about six years old, I was given a cutting of Opuntia Microdasys and some Chamaecereus Silvestrii.  After a prickly start my collection grew and it now spans about twenty genera.  Some of the plants have been grown from seed but most have been bought from nurseries and garden centres.  Given the right conditions, even fairly young cacti are able to put on a stunning floral display.

My Cactus Albums

Photo of a Ferocactus with red spines

To find out more about cacti go to the British Cactus and Succulent Society's website


All cacti are succulents, but not all succulents are cacti!

Top of page

Home   |   Cacti   |   Choir Catalogue   |   Organ   |   Seven Links   |   Austin "65"

Page last updated: 14th Dec 2016   --  Copyright © MMXIII GcR. All rights reserved.