A small succulent cactus originated from the Chihuahuan Desert (the northern and central parts of Mexico) and is a part of the Cactaceae family is estimable for its ease of maintenance and bright flowering.
The Goat’s Horn Cactus is a small plant that can get 9.8 inches (25 cm) tall and 3.9 inches (10 cm) wide. The rounded stem changes its shape to oval or columnar with adolescence and can be of various colors from bright green to gray. The young plant is bald and covers with curved spikes with time — this is a form of grass-mimicry. It flowers with colorful bloom every summer that changes to round reddish fruit that contains seeds that can be planted.