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Opuntia Rafinesquii (Hardy Prickly Fig)







A dwarf hardy Cactus withsulphur-coloured flowers, produced from June to August; very suitable for dry spots in rock-work. It grows best in peat with a little sand, and is propagated by separating the branches at a joint, and allowing them to dry for a day or so before putting them into the soil. Height, 2 ft.





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