The Cactus Man

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OP030: Opuntia fragilis (debreczyi) v. denuda (Potato Cactus)

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Particularly globe-shaped, spherical stems make this selection unique. Short glochids and occasional yellow flowers in June. 3" high by 12" wide. A favorite of rock and trough gardeners. Pads turn purple in winter. Ideal as a root stock to use in grafting of difficult-to-grow species. Zone 4. Origin unknown. Typical of forms on the Colorado Plateau north into south-central Wyoming. Obtained it from Don Campbell. Sold as rooted, 2.5" potted plant.