Severn, MD(Zone 7a)

Can some one tell me what kind of cactus this is?

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Helsinki, Finland(Zone 4b)

It's isn't cactus, it's an Euphorbia. Don't remember the species name right now, but I'm sure someone knows it. This is a very common houseplant here.

Severn, MD(Zone 7a)

One thing that I do not understand is that this plant has thorns and flesh like a cactus.Could it still be a Euphorbia?

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Chariton, IA(Zone 5b)

Here is a link that might be the same one you have.
http://www.evergrowing.com/HousePlantTV/euphorbia.htm

Manhattan Beach, CA(Zone 11)

If those are little leaves I see, then it is most likely an African Milk Tree.
http://www.desert-tropicals.com/Plants/Euphorbiaceae/Euphorbia_trigona.html
http://wwwradig.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/people/buck/private/cacti/euphtrig.html

Manhattan Beach, CA(Zone 11)

So, bayside, what's up?
RSVP

Antrim, Northern Ire, United Kingdom(Zone 8b)

too busy buying prezzies?

Enkoping, Sweden

its sure an euforbia,here in Sweden we call it
"high chaparall" and when I am here may I wish you all a merry christmas

Roger

Chariton, IA(Zone 5b)

Merry Christmas to you too, Roger, and everyone else that visits Daves Garden.

Helsinki, Finland(Zone 4b)

God Jul Roger :) Jag har inte sett dig här för en lång tid.

Manhattan Beach, CA(Zone 11)

Bayside, helloho, are you ok?

Severn, MD(Zone 7a)

I am here now went away for Christmas Holiday. This plant does not have leaves but the branches look like baby plants that are growing.

Manhattan Beach, CA(Zone 11)

Welcome home. I found several pictures claiming to be Cereus hexagonus, of which one looks just like your plant. If it is a Nightblooming Cereus, then it should get beautiful, large, white flowers which last only one night. Good luck.

Severn, MD(Zone 7a)

Ulrich:

You are right it looks like it. Thank you so much. Happy New Year :)

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