Plant grown by C. Wyatt
Plants growing in cold frame, Huntington Gardens, Pasadena California, late March
Spring 2005, Clovis, CA Aporocactus flageliformis aka Rattail
Newly planted, mostly unrooted cuttings
dozens of plants for sale at nursery just down the street from me, southern California
a bit discolored from too much sun, and thin in parts from cold and dehydration (gets ignored a lot)... but healthy enough to bloom this April in southern California
Rat Tail Cactus my boyfriend picked up at the 2007 San Francisco Flower & Garden Expo on the way out the door
This rat tail cactus lives on public land, on a eucalyptus tree, in Balboa Park, San Diego (not sure of the exact species, pls clarify if possible)
A great cactus for hanging plantars.
Here in Tucson, It seems to like quite a bit of water to do well.
Rattail cactus pushing out new growth at its base.
Gaiser Conservatory, Manito Park, Spokane, WA
Rat tail cactus in bloom by Vanessa Simeoli
Copyright of, courtesy of David Feix, of David Feix Landscape Design in the East Bay and San Francisco Peninsula.