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Ariocarpus thru Echinocereus

G-SG = grafted on Stenocereus griseus G-HJ = grafted on Harrisia jusbertii RC = rooted cutting

* = only advertised on the web site due to limited quantities

 

 

*ARIOCARPUS agavoides NEW (LIMIT 2) - #5440 - .5"seedling - $10.00 - dwarf species from Tula, Tamaulipas, MX, thick taproot topped with flexible narrow dark green tubercles, large purple flower in the fall, these are just flowering size

*A. fissuratus ssp. bravoanus (LIMIT 3) - #8676 - .65"seedling - $15.00 - SLP, MX, dwarf southern subspecies, upright rough dark green tubercles form small rosette 3"-4" across, light pink flower in fall, these are very close to flowering size

*A. hybrid #11 (LIMIT 2) - #8719 - 1"seedling - $10.00 - (A. retusus ssp. retusus x A. fissuratus)F2, from a smaller growing form of A. retusus, lower rosette of often rough gray tubercles that may not grow to more than 6", pink flowers when mature

A. retusus Mina San Rafael form (LIMIT 5) - #6898 - .8"seedling - $10.00 - dwarf form of A. retusus, gray-green tubercles are narrow and rosettes only grow to about 6" across, white flowers when mature

A. retusus v. furfuraceus (LIMIT 5) - #5098 - .9"seedling - $10.00 - Las Tablas, SLP, MX, generic tubercle shapes that tend to have fairly fat gray-green tubercles eventually forming a stem more than 8" in diameter, large white flowers in the fall when mature

A, retusus v. furfuraceus 'Pointy' (LIMIT 5) - #9717 - .9"seedling - $10.00 - phenotype from Las Tablas, SLP, MX selectively bred, gray-green tubercles with fat base that tapers to a sharp narrow point, white flowers in fall when mature

A. retusus ssp. panarottoi (LIMIT 5) - #9342 - 1"seedling - $10.00 - low rosette of green-gray tubercles as long as wide, tubercle edges have a thicker "rolled" edge when larger, flowers white or with a little blush of pink

A. retusus ssp. pectinatus (LIMIT 3) - #8820- .7"seedling - $15.00 - dwarf form with narrow gray tubercles, areoles of mature plants are elongated with a line of short spines, white flowers when plants are about 1.5" across

A. retusus ssp. retusus (LIMIT 5) - #5443 - .9"seedling - $10.00 - southern form of this species, long gray tubercles form solitary stems up to 10" in diameter, white flowers in fall when mature

A. retusus ssp. retusus "scaphirostroides" (LIMIT 5) - #5445 - 1"seedling - $10.00 - upright narrow gray-green tubercles, solitary low stem grows to 8" or more, white flowers when mature

A. trigonus (LIMIT 5) - #5102 - 1"seedling - $10.00 - forms a low rosette of stiff olive-green tubercles that curve up and inward like claws, large yellow flower in the fall when mature

A. retusus ssp. trigonus v. horacekii (LIMIT 2) - #9130 - .8"seedling - $15.00 - dwarf rosette of sharply pointed dark green tubercles, also known as "trigonus v. minimus", only grows to about 5", most of these are flowering size

ASTROPHYTUM capricorne v. niveum (LIMIT 3) - #5106 - 1.5"plant - $5.00 - 8-ribbed stem with dense silvery-white flecking, initially spineless, will develop curved black spines, large yellow flower with reddish center

A. capricorne v. niveum aff. nudum - #9224 - 1.3"plant - $5.00 - stem mostly without flecking, develops very stout curved spines that are grayish when mature, large yellow flower has orange center

A. capricorne v. senile - #7946 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - round green stem becomes columnar with age, sparse white flecking, many thin curled brown spines, large yellow flower with orange center when mature

A. coahuilense (LIMIT 3) - #5726 - 1.3"plant - $5.00 - five-ribbed body with very dense flecking that often wicks salts and tannins discoloring it, this stops when the plants get larger, very similar in appearance to A. myriostigma but more closely related to A. capricorne and A. asterias, yellow flower with reddish center, never produces more than 5 ribs when it matures

ECHINOCEREUS fasciculatus ssp. fasciculatus - #9372 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - Picture Rocks, Pima Co. AZ, soft dark green stems, erect dark brown central spines, white radial spines, clusters sparingly when mature, large pink flowers in late spring

E. neocapillus ssp. milleri - #9467 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - JRT43204, Coke Co. TX, small solitary upright stem, dense red and golden spines, light green flowers in spring

E. nivosus (LIMIT 3) - #5296 - 1"plant - $5.00 - green stems covered in dense erect glassy white spines, will cluster with time, shy to produce large dark pink flowers

E. pacificus (LIMIT 3) - #5297 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 -  from Baja, CA, green stems will form clusters to 12" or more, erect straw-colored spines with darker tips, bright red tubular flower in summer when mature

*E. reichenbachii ssp. baileyi "albispinus" (LIMIT 3) - #5275 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - upright green stems with dense white spines, light pink flowers in spring

*E. rigidissimus ssp. rubispinus L088 NEW (LIMIT 2) - #5302 - 2.25"pot - $6.00 - Red Rainbow cactus, solitary upright stem with dense dark pink spines held close to body, large pink flower with white center when mature

* = only advertised on the web site due to limited quantities

 

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