I'm still a learning gardener and know this is called Bunny Ears or Angel Wings, but I don't know much else about it. If anyone could tell me more, I would be very grateful. I live in hot 110° in the summer and its fluctuating between 60° and °80 here throughout March.
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You live in an ideal place for cactuses. If he's new be careful to gradually increase the sunlight or else it might get sunburn. Opuntia microdasys. Take care not to touch as the glochids can be painful. Also can be invasive if grown in the ground. Haha have fun!
@alovealoe Thank you. All good advice. He's been inside, but i was actually thinking of moving him to my shady front porch to encourage flowering, but it's facing the setting sun. Do you think that's gradual enough? Or should I set him in the morning sun first?