Opuntia Microdasys has the appearance of a shrub and spreads out to cover between 2-5 feet of ground as a mature plant. The thick pads of this plant are adorned with fuzzy glochids or short bristles that resemble the fur of rabbits and grow in-ear-like pairs. Named for its visual appearance the Bunny Ear Cactus also called the Polka-Dot Cactus. Opuntia microdoses is a species of cactus native and endemic to central and northern Mexico. This plant has the appearance of a shrub and spreads out to cover between 2-5 feet of ground as a mature plant. This cactus has no central stem or leaves. Flowers will always sprout from the terminal ends of segment pads. These are creamy yellow in color and fade to peach once fertilized. Flowers will turn into 2 inch long fruits varying from purple to red in color.