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Chamaecereus silvestris

Chamaecereus silvestris

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The peanut cactus (Chamaecereus silvestris) belongs to Cactaceae (the Cactus family). It is a columnar cactus that is native to north-west Argentine. This cactus was introduced into Japan in Taisho Era (about 90 years ago). It is cylindrical or corded cactus, creeping and clumping, and can reach about 15 cm in height. The red-orange flowers come in spring to summer. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp