National Cactus and Succulent Botanical Garden and Research Centre
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The National Cactus and Succulent Botanical Garden and Research Centre, known as the Cactus Garden, is a 7 acres (2.8 ha) cactus garden in Sector 5 of Panchkula, Haryana, India , was established in 1987, and is known for its rare and endangered species of Indian succulent plants. 
It has more than 3,500 species of cactus, many of them endangered,[unreliable source?] including Opuntias (prickly pears and chollas), Ferocactus (barrels), other succulents include Agaves, columnar (column-shaped) cacti, Echinocereus (hedgehogs), and Mammillarias (pincushions) and is the largest of its kind in Asia.
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- Cactus corner inaugurated Express India
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