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Opuntia

Opuntia azurea Shop Now Opuntia azurea
Starting from 10.80€
Opuntia brasiliensis Shop Now Opuntia brasiliensis
Starting from 2.40€
Opuntia corrugata Shop Now Opuntia corrugata
Starting from 1.80€
Opuntia decumbens Shop Now Opuntia decumbens
Starting from 8.00€
Opuntia ficus indica Shop Now Opuntia ficus indica
Starting from 10.00€
Opuntia fragilis Shop Now Opuntia fragilis
Starting from 7.00€
Opuntia fulgida f. crested Shop Now Opuntia fulgida f. crested
Starting from 4.80€
Opuntia hintonii Shop Now Opuntia hintonii
Starting from 4.80€
Opuntia humifusa Shop Now Opuntia humifusa
Starting from 6.40€
Opuntia hybrid (Rom) Shop Now Opuntia hybrid (Rom)
Starting from 8.40€
Opuntia hystricina Shop Now Opuntia hystricina
Starting from 6.00€
Opuntia inamoena Shop Now Opuntia inamoena
Starting from 8.00€
Opuntia invicta Shop Now Opuntia invicta
Starting from 8.40€
Opuntia jamaicensis Shop Now Opuntia jamaicensis
Starting from 7.50€
Opuntia leucotricha Shop Now Opuntia leucotricha
Starting from 17.00€
Opuntia longispina Shop Now Opuntia longispina
Starting from 4.00€
Opuntia macrocentra Shop Now Opuntia macrocentra
Starting from 3.60€
Opuntia macrorhiza Shop Now Opuntia macrorhiza
Starting from 6.00€
Opuntia microdasys Shop Now Opuntia microdasys
Starting from 1.50€
Opuntia miquelii Shop Now Opuntia miquelii
Starting from 3.00€
Opuntia molesta Shop Now Opuntia molesta
Starting from 6.00€
Opuntia molesta f. crested Shop Now Opuntia molesta f. crested
Starting from 30.00€
Opuntia monacantha Shop Now Opuntia monacantha
Starting from 4.20€
Opuntia pailana Shop Now Opuntia pailana
Starting from 10.00€
Opuntia pentlandii Shop Now Opuntia pentlandii
Starting from 3.20€
Opuntia phaeacantha Shop Now Opuntia phaeacantha
Starting from 7.00€
Opuntia polyacantha Shop Now Opuntia polyacantha
Starting from 2.00€
Opuntia pottsii cv. Bochum Shop Now Opuntia pottsii cv. Bochum
Starting from 12.00€
Opuntia pycnantha Shop Now Opuntia pycnantha
Starting from 23.80€
Opuntia quitensis Shop Now Opuntia quitensis
Starting from 6.00€
Opuntia rauhii Shop Now Opuntia rauhii
Starting from 3.20€
Opuntia reticulata cobra Shop Now Opuntia reticulata cobra
Starting from 2.80€
Opuntia rhodantha Shop Now Opuntia rhodantha
Starting from 3.20€
Opuntia spinosior Shop Now Opuntia spinosior
Starting from 6.00€
Opuntia strigil cv. Kurt Shop Now Opuntia strigil cv. Kurt
Starting from 11.20€
Opuntia strobiliformis Shop Now Opuntia strobiliformis
Starting from 3.20€
Opuntia subcylindrica Shop Now Opuntia subcylindrica
Starting from 3.00€
Opuntia subulata Shop Now Opuntia subulata
Starting from 0.90€
Opuntia subulata f. crestata Shop Now Opuntia subulata f. crestata
Starting from 10.00€
Opuntia sulphurea Shop Now Opuntia sulphurea
Starting from 2.40€
Opuntia tomentosa Shop Now Opuntia tomentosa
Starting from 12.00€
Opuntia tortispina Shop Now Opuntia tortispina
Starting from 8.40€
Opuntia tubiformis Shop Now Opuntia tubiformis
Starting from 4.80€
Opuntia tuna f. monster Shop Now Opuntia tuna f. monster
Starting from 4.00€
Opuntia vestita Shop Now Opuntia vestita
Starting from 3.20€
Opuntia vestita f. crested Shop Now Opuntia vestita f. crested
Starting from 5.00€
Opuntia vulgaris Shop Now Opuntia vulgaris
Starting from 5.60€
Opuntia whipplei Shop Now Opuntia whipplei
Starting from 4.00€
Opuntia

Its name derives from Greek and was chosen in honor of Opunte, the capital of Locride - a region of ancient Greece. It is native to the American desert areas, but also grows spontaneously along the coasts of southern Italy, where it is possible to admire it of sometimes quite impressive dimensions. It is a very particular cactacea, which includes various species and therefore have very different characteristics: most of them have branched stems, that are segmented into flat articles, which are called "shovels" or "ears", with the well-known peculiarity of not only being equipped with spines, but also with glochids, or microscopic toothed spines, which easily remain attached to anything they touch. However, its dangerousness is compensated by pleasant showy flowers, similar to a wheel, and by large colorful fruits, often edible (the famous prickly pear is a very common example). The pulp of the blades also has a common use: the extract, obtained from it, is often used for body care, with its remarkable slimming and lipo-absorbing properties. You have never seen such a multifunctional and, at the same time, ornamental plant before!