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CACTUS pipe

Stepup your smoking rituals with this handsculpted porceilain pipe.

These pipes provide a smoking experience with a great ergonomics in your hand and beautiful aestetics. Each pipe is individually handsculpted and one of a kind. Each piece is made using highest quality Dutch Royal porcelain and glazed with Non-toxic, lead free and food safe glazes. (The new cactus pipes do not have the white lines for a more modern design)

Made to order and individually sculpted.

• Food safe Glazes
• Hand sculpted
• Made in the Netherlands

  • These pipes are intended for tobacco use only and buyers must be at least 18 years. Buyer is responsible for knowing local laws and restrictions in purchasing and use of this product.
  • Since each piece is hand sculpted, items may vary slightly from photo.

Stepup your smoking rituals with this handsculpted porceilain pipe. These pipes provide a smoking experience with a great ergonomics in your hand and beautiful aestetics. Each pipe is individually handsculpted and one of a kind. Each piece is made using highest quality Dutch Royal porcelain and glazed with Non-toxic, lead free and food safe glazes. (The new cactus pipes do not have the white lines for a more modern design) Made to order and individually sculpted. • Porcelain pipe• Food safe Glazes• Hand sculpted• Made in the Netherlands Notes: These pipes are intended for tobacco use only and buyers must be at least 18 years. Buyer is responsible for knowing local laws and restrictions in purchasing and use of this product. Since each piece is hand sculpted, items may vary slightly from photo. ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS – all sales are final

Organ-pipe cactus

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Organ-pipe cactus, (Stenocereus thurberi), Spanish pitaya dulce, large species of cactus (family Cactaceae), native to Mexico and to southern Arizona in the United States. Organ-pipe cactus is characteristic of warmer rocky parts of the Sonoran Desert in Baja California, Sonora (Mexico), and southern Arizona. It and most similar species are valued for their delicious fruit. Cuttings are often planted closely in rows for hedges or fences.

Organ-pipe cactus typically grows 5–8 metres (about 16–26 feet) tall and features several to many tall columnar arms arising candelabra-like from the base or not far above it. The stems range from green to gray in colour and are densely covered with brown spines. The white flowers have numerous petals and stamens and are often tinged with pink or purple. Opening at night, the flowers are typically pollinated by bats. The red fruits are sweet and fleshy.

This article was most recently revised and updated by Melissa Petruzzello, Assistant Editor.

Organ-pipe cactus, large species of cactus, native to Mexico and to southern Arizona in the United States. ]]>