Our firm has thousands of varieties of this very large family.
Almost all the cactaceae are from America: many from Mexico, other from the Southern United States (California and Arizona), such as the renowned Saguaro (Carnegia Gigantea), national monument of the state of Arizona.
Many of the short Cactaceae (Mammillaria, Ferocactus, Echinopsis, etc.) are found mainly in Northern Mexico. Many Opuntia come from South America.
Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Bolivia are the home of the large Cereus (Let's not forget that the famous Peruvian Cereus is from Brazil!), the Gymnocalycium, the Notocactus, etc.
Furthermore, the Cactaceae family has members as the Rhipsalis, the Ephyllium and the Selenicerus (whose flowers are only open for a few hours at night).
In our latitudes cacti prefer a highly drained terrain, and can withstand temperature at times nearing 0°C (the important thing is that they remain totally dry), and they should be watered mainly in spring and autumn (never when its very very hot nor when its very very cold).
Of course each specie has clearly defined needs and characteristics.
We will only show you a small percentage of some varieties, since, as
we have said before we have a very large number of Cactaceae.