Austrocylindropuntia subulata is a species of cactus native to the Peruvian Andes. The name subulata comes from the Latin subulate, for awl-like, referring to the shape of the rudimentary leaves. It is also known by its common names as Eve's pin and Eve's needle.

Common Name(s):Eve's pin, Eve's needle, Long-Spine Cactus
Previously known as: Opuntia Subulata
Phonetic Spelling: oss-troh-sil-in-droh-POON-tee-uh sub-yoo-LAH-tuh
Scientific Name: Austrocylindropuntia Subulata
Family: Cactaceae
Genus: Austrocylindropuntia
Species: Subulata
Width: 5' feet
Height: 12' feet
Region Of Origin: Columbia, Peru
Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Bright Indoor Light
Bloom Color: Red Bloom
Color: Green / Lime
Growth Habits: Hard to Kill, Slow Grower
Watering Needs: Drought-tolerant
Zone: 9