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Cactus Country

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What started as an inherited prickly passion has grown into a worldwide sensation. Cactus Country draws visitors from around the globe to explore the gardens, meet the locals - Jim, Julie and John Hall - and discover the tastes of these striking garden superstars. More than 4,000 species of cacti and succulents make for an unforgettable trip, with eight garden paths to explore and plenty to see and do for all ages, you'll want to put your South American adventure on hold and make your way to Cactus Country. Walk up an appetite, and enjoy nachos, cactus cake and cactus ice-cream on the menu. Bring your camera and don't forget to take home your own piece of cactus heaven with plants for sale in the nursery.