Cacti are exciting, diverse plants, with over 1750 species known! Most are native to the Americans, and you can find Cacti plants from South America all the way north, in Canada.
Some species have beautiful flowers that bloom, pollinated by bats, moths, or bees. Many cactus fruits are edible, eaten by desert creatures like mice, goats, birds, ants, and humans.
If you don’t have a green thumb, a Crochet Cactus is the answer for you. You don’t have to worry about watering and a Crochet Cactus will thrive anywhere with zero maintenance making it a brown thumbs dream plant!
We’ve rounded up a collection of the most popular Crochet Cactus ideas and you are going to be spoilt for choice.
We have also included a video tutorial that shows you how. Scroll our page for all the details and Pin your favorites.
Crochet Cactus Video Tutorial
These adorable cacti are placed in tiny pots and adorned with little eyes and rosy cheeks! The video is easy to follow and you will be making your own in no time. Click Play above ^
Did you know that there are 1,500 to 1,800 species of Cacti. Each species for the most part fall into one of two core cacti categories, these being opuntias or cactoids.
Cacti come in all shapes and sizes from round and short through to thin and tall. The smallest grow just a few centimeters high and about 1 cm (0.4 in) across. The tallest cactus can reach heights close to 20m and up to 1 meter thick.
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Crochet Cactus Garden Pattern
- Cactus Flower
- Burro’s Tail
- Ghost Plant
- String of Pearls
- Hyperbolic Cactus
- Spoon Jade
- Turkish Rosularia
Can’t crochet? These ready-made creations are lovingly crafted and available on Etsy for purchase. Check out the whole collection here
We haven’t forgotten about our Knitters either. We have found this fabulous Free Pattern from Simply Knitting Magazine. You can get the free pattern here