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Cleistocactus is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae, native to mountainous areas - to 3,000 m (9,843 ft) - of Peru, Uruguay, Bolivia and Argentina.
Medium size shrub with white star-like flowers, slightly fragrant. Stems are spiny. Can be trimmed into a nice bushy specimen. This plant can be used for bonsai culture. Requires regular watering.
The species of the genus Codon are annual to perennial herbs.
Codon royenii is not grown horticulturally. The attractive flowers of this species present a challenge to the keen gardener!
Colletia hystrix is a very thorny ewergreen shrub. Covered in tiny white fragrant flowers in the autumn. The cultivar 'Rosea' appears to be variable in color, although called 'rosy' and definitely bearing rosy-pink buds some of this are pink when they open while others start pink, then opening to white.
It is often used as a barrier plant and seems to work against most animals.