There is the Saguaro Cactus, the Barrel Cactus, the Fishhook Cactus, Orange Pipe Cactus, Beavertail Cactus, Cholla Cactus, Prickly Pear Cactus and probably many more I don't know of.
Well... I personally think that cactus finches eat cactuses because in some images on the web, if you type in cactus finches, some will have a picture of a cactus finch eating bits of a cactus.
No, hickory is a type of tree and not a cactus.
The type of soil needed to plan a cactus would be a sandy soil perhaps even with some small stones.
The saguaro cactus is cactus species in the monotypic genus Carnegiea. It is a tree-sized type of cactus. This type of cactus can grow up to be taller than 20 meters. A monotypic genus is a species of cactus that does not include any sub species.
some are the Joshua Tree, cactus some kinds of cactus is, Nopal cactus, Prickly pear cactus, and Black Lace Cactus :)
It depends on the type of cactus and how much of each root is still in the ground. Remove all of it if you want it gone.
Cactus is the correct spelling.Some example sentences are:He sat on a cactus yesterday.The cactus is a very prickly plant.This soup has cactus in it.
The fishhook cactus may be either the fishhook barrel cactus (Ferocactus wislizenii) or Mammillaria dioica, also called the strawberry cactus or California fishhook cactus.
It depends on the type of cactus. You'll have to either edit this question and delete the answer or ask a new question about a specific type of cactus
The cactus plants live in any Desert area. But sometimes it depends on the type of cactus it is.
It looks like you are asking about the saguaro cactus. There is no type of cactus with a name that is any closer to "saroya".
A cactus is a type of plant that has adapted to very dry conditions.
In the Sonoran Desert, one can find the agave, palm, desert marigold, summer poppy, and cactus are some plants or trees. A famous type of cactus native to this desert is the Saguaro cactus.
They grow on a cactus. Specifically the Opuntia Cactus.
Depends on the type, age and size of cactus. There is no fixed number
A rare type of Cactus.
There's no unvarying number of thorns on a cactus. Some cactus plants have more, some less. Some don't have any at all.
Yes they do. Depending on the type of cactus, tells you how much water they need.
The only cactus I know that has liquid in it is the Calumnnar Cactus. the Calumnar Cactus's liquid fluids can be obtained by scratching or cutting the surface of it.
A cactus has no leaves.
Pachycereus pringlei, also known as Mexican Giant Cardon or Elephant Cactus, is a species of cactus that is native to northwestern Mexico. At 63 feet, it is the tallest cactus in the Americas or, for that matter, in the world.
In the body of a cactus is pleated spines. The cactus expands like a balloon with pleats. Some cactus can store up to a ton of water.
some herbivorus animals eats star cactus