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Valerie
Hi. My husband bought me a cactus from Wal-Mart. It had a label that read "succulent". It also had a label with Rocket Farms Rainbow Tray on it. It has two purple flowers on top and long sharp spines. Can you please let me know what species of cactus this is? I'd like to know so I can take care of it properly. Thank you!
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Hi Valerie,

We sell many different varieties of succulents to Walmart and it is difficult to identify them without seeing a picture. Here is a list of all the ones we sell.

Astrophytum
Cereus
Cleistocactus
Echinocactus
Echinopsis
Espostoa
Ferocactus
Gymnocalycium
Lobivia
Mammillaria
Notocactus
Opuntia
Parodia
Rebutia
Sulcorebutia
Trichocereus

Feel free to send a picture of your succulent and I can help you try and identify it :)
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I'm so sorry! I didn't even think to include pictures. I have two I can attach but they're a bit fuzzy. (Sorry about that!) I hope they help! Well, it's only allowing me to attach one so I'll attach the one for now.
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I'm so sorry! I didn't even think to include pictures. I have two I can attach but they're a bit fuzzy. (Sorry about that!) I hope they help! Well, it's only allowing me to attach one so I'll attach the one for now.
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I'm so sorry! I didn't even think to include pictures. I have two I can attach but they're a bit fuzzy. (Sorry about that!) I hope they help! Well, it's only allowing me to attach one so I'll attach the one for now.
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Thanks for the picture Valerie, it helps a lot! Your cactus is named Stetsonia coryne. The common name is toothpick cactus because of its large spines. They are native to Argentina and in the wild they can grow up to 25 feet tall!. It has been used as a living fence in some areas. For a cactus it is relatively fast growing. It does best in a bright location and should be watered when the soil is dry. Fertilize it monthly during spring and summer. It will eventually push off the purple flowers. Please let us know if you have any more questions!
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