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Rebutia - Wigginsia

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Melocactus thru Pygmaeocereus

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

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

*MELOCACTUS matanzanus NEW (LIMIT 3) - #5573 - 4"pot - $11.00 - dwarf Cuban species, round green body, short curved brown spines, starting to make a cephalium which will produce small pink flowers and fruit

NEOPORTERIA heinrichiana v. setosiflora - #9457 - 2"pot - $5.00 - from Totoralillo, Chile, round dark green body, erect brown spines when mature, bright yellow flowers on this line

N. multicolor NEW (LIMIT 5) - #7756 - 2"pot - $6.00 - solitary purplish stem is shortly columnar with age, dense curved gray and black spines, bright tubular pink flowers in the winter

N. napina v. lembkei - #9473 - 2"pot - $5.00 - small club-shaped purplish body on thick taproot, many short brown spines close to the stem on short tubercles, light yellow flowers

N. senilis NEW (LIMIT 5) - #5578 - 3"pot - $7.00 - solitary, shortly columnar purple-green stem covered in flexible curly white spines, tubular pink flowers in winter

*N. villosa NEW (LIMIT 3) - #9495 - 3"pot - $7.00 - solitary, shortly columnar purple-green stem covered in erect brown and white spines, short bright pink flowers in winter

NOTOCACTUS agnetae - #7388 - 4"pot - $9.00 - low green stem, soft curly tan spines, large yellow flowers in spring

N. buiningii NEW - #5581 - 2"pot - $4.00 - light gray-green body, sharp ribs with dark spines with tan tips, large yellow flower in spring

N. herteri ssp. roseoluteus NEW - #7398 - 2"pot - $4.00 - low solitary green stem, short erect chestnut spines, light pink flower with yellow center in spring

N. schlosseri NEW - #5783 - 3"pot - $7.00 - round green stem, erect red and white spines, yellow flowers with dark purple stigma when mature

N. scopa NEW - #9722 - 2"pot - $4.00 - green stem with dense short white spines, some with reddish tips, light yellow flowers in spring

N. turecekianus NEW (LIMIT 5) - #7568 - 3"pot - $7.00 - low dark green stem, yellow spines, long central spines point down, large yellow flowers in spring

*N. warasii - #6923 - 4"pot - $9.00 - upright shiny dark green stem with yellow spines, yellow flowers when mature, one of the largest in the genus

*OPUNTIA macrorhiza - #8758 - 3"potRC - $7.00 - red flower, green pads with spines at the tips, very cold hardy

O. polyacantha (Idaho, pink flower) - #8757 - 3"potRC - $7.00 - pink flower, spiny green pads, very cold hardy

O. polyacantha (Utah, magenta flower) - #8786 - 3"potRC - $7.00 - magenta flower, spiny green pads, very cold hardy

OREOCEREUS trollii - #5588 - 2"pot - $5.00 - green body covered in dense white hair-like spines, stout brown central spines extend beyond the hair

For other species included in Parodia see: Notocactus

*PARODIA quechua - #7868 - 3"pot - $7.00 - low dark green body, short spines, small dark red flowers

P. sanguiniflora - #7454 - 3"pot - $7.00 - low dark green stem, dense white radial spines, hooked brown central spines, large dark red flowers in early summer

*PENIOCEREUS johnstonii - #9398 - 4"pot - $9.00 - seedlings, olive green stems with sparse spines, flowers earlier in the year than P. greggii, eventually forms a large tuberous root, from Baja California

*P. marianus - #6792 - 4"pot - $9.00 - seedlings, faster growing than P. greggii, olive green stems with black spines, the flowers are white to light pink, forms large tuberous root, from Sonora, Mexico

P. viperinus - #8455.3 - 4"pot - $9.00 - thin dark green stems with minute spines but tuberous root, salmon-red flowers in late spring when mature

PYGMAEOCEREUS beiblii NEW (LIMIT 5) - #9416 - 1"plant - $7.00 - (= Haageocereus beiblii) low dark green stem with thick root, very short thick white spines sit atop tuberclate ribs, long tubed white flowers in summer

 

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

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