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New Items - Updated - February 7th, 2020

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

 

This page contains new items from the SPRING 2020 update.

Cacti  (Succulents at bottom of page)

ARIOCARPUS retusus v. furfuraceus (LIMIT 5) NEW - #5098 - 1"+seedling - $7.00 - descended from plants near Las Tablas, SLP, Mexico, sometimes referred to as "furfuraceus major", these have fat grey-green tubercles and can grow over 8" in diameter, flowering pure white or with a pink blush, the population has variable width of tubercles and these seedlings are from generic parent plants that have not been selected for a particular tubercle size or shape

ECHINOCEREUS viereckii ssp. huastesensis (LIMIT 3) NEW - #9375 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - dark green 1"-thick stems will cluster from the base, up to 2"- long flexible golden spines, large purple flowers when mature

GYMNOCALYCIUM pflanzii v. albopulpa (LIMIT 5) NEW - #6914 -  2.75"pot - $5.00 - round body with slightly rough skin with purplish blush, 1"-long curved tan spines tipped with brown, light pink flowers when mature

*MAMMILLARIA luethyi Clone M2 (LIMIT 2) NEW - #9751.2 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $10.00 - .75"-1" grafted offsets of this rare miniature Mexican species, dark green stems with minute tubercles topped with small parachute-like clusters of spines, large pink flowers with white center, first offering for this clone from seed made from the clones imported from Europe around 2000

MAMMILLARIA matudae NEW - #5542 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - elongated stem sheathed in dense short brown and white spines, rings of small red flowers

MATUCANA madisoniorum (orange flowered) (LIMIT 5) NEW - #6756 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 -  low round light green stem, more or less sparse curved brown spines, mostly orange flowers but occasionally white or pink, we will try to select orange-flowered plants

NEOPORTERIA jussieui (LIMIT 5) NEW - #7656 - 1.25"plant - $5.00 - (= N. paucicostata) purplish stem becoming shortly columnar, heavy curved black spines, pink flowers when mature

OBREGONIA denegrii (LIMIT 5) NEW - #5586 - 1.5"-2"plant - $8.00 - still hard to find, low dark green body with shiny angular tubercles tipped with short tan spines, white flowers emerge from wooly crown

WEINGARTIA neocummingii "trollii" (LIMIT 3) NEW - #8225 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - low shiny green stem, dense yellow spines with darker tips, bright orange to red (and occasionally yellow) flowers, we will try to choose plants with orange or red flowers

Succulents (other than cacti)

ALOE 'Lizard Lips' NEW - #7577 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - older hybrid, will form about 6" rosettes of narrow rough mottled green and white leaves

ALOINOPSIS rubrolineata NEW - #7841 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - long fleshy dark green leaves from a thick taproot, golden flower with reddish midstripes

CHEIRIDOPSIS peculiaris NEW - #9519 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - west of Steinkopf, NC, South Africa, gray-green leaves, only 2 pairs of leaves on each growing point per year, outer pair lies on the ground while inner pair stays together pointing upward, during the summer dormant period the outer pair dries up and the inner pair remains as a dry sheath to protect the plant, yellow flowers

CYPHOSTEMMA cirrhosum (LIMIT 5) NEW (VITACEAE) - #8168 - 3.25"pot - 8.00 - annual vines with 3-lobed leaves from tan tapering caudex that form thick roots which can be raised for effect

*ERYTHRINA herbacea (LIMIT 3) NEW (FABACEAE) - #9238 - 4"pot - $10.00 - Cherokee bean, ranges from Texas to the Southeast US and Northeast Mexico, freezes to the ground in cold localities and grows to 15' in frost-free areas, bright light green leaves in summer, bright red flower spikes often precede the leaves, thick taproot

EUPHORBIA capsaintmariensis (LIMIT 5) NEW (EUPHORBIACEAE) - #7035 - 3.25"pot - $9.00 - Madagascan species, dwarf shrublet with thick roots and thickened base, succulent dark green leaves with wavy edges, can make nice bonsai if grown hard

EUPHORBIA neohumbertii (LIMIT 3) NEW - #8025 - 3.25"pot - $9.00 - upright dark green stem with horizontal leaf scars, five-angled stems with spines on the edges, small red pointed cyathia

EUPHORBIA poissonii (LIMIT 3) NEW - #9559 - 1"+stem - $20.00 - upright fat fairly smooth white trunk topped in summer with large succulent green leaves, branches sparingly

EUPHORBIA viguerii ssp. ankarafantsiensis (LIMIT 3) NEW - #9408 - 3.25"pot - $9.00 - upright stem with multiple sharp spines, large green leaves in summer, small red pointed cyathia

EUPHORBIA viguerii ssp. capuroniana (LIMIT 3) NEW - # 7044 - 3.25"pot - $9.00 - upright stem with robust spines, large green leaves in summer, small orange pointed cyathia

GASTERIA 'Frosty' NEW - #7073 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - rooted offsets, leaves mottled light and dark green

GASTERIA liliputana NEW - #7068 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - rooted offsets of this diminutive species, fleshy mottled green and white leaves with sharp tips, short spikes of pink and white flowers, cluster readily

*GASTERIA 'Polliwog' (LIMIT 3) NEW - #9567 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - G. armstrongii hybrid with fairly short smooth dark green leaves, clusters and makes nice specimen

GASTERIA 'Silver Fuji' NEW - #9150 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - thick silvery gray and green leaves sometimes with a bit of purple, the colors run in lines the length of the leaves, occasionally throws a normal green and white offset

X GASTERALOE 'Nice Try' NEW (ASPHODELACEAE) - #9481 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - A. Sean's Red x G. glomerata, chunky light green leaves form 4"+ rosettes that will cluster to fill an 8" pot

HAWORTHIA coarctata v. coarctata NEW - #7114 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - rooted cuttings of this compact species, 1"+ thick stems of short dark green, curved claw-like leaves with raised white dots, makes nice clumps in time

*LITHOPS aucampiae (Niekerkshoop, RSA) (LIMIT 3) NEW - #9760 - .5"-.75"plant - $2.50 - tan body, reddish top with darker red-brown window

LITHOPS aucampiae 'Storm's Snowcap' C392 (LIMIT 3) NEW - #8558 - .75"-1"plant - $3.00 - gray-brown body, mottled dark brown top, white flower instead of the normal yellow

LITHOPS fulviceps 'aurea' (LIMIT 3) NEW - #7735 - .5"plant - $3.00 - green body, yellow top with green dots

LITHOPS karasmontana "summitatum" - (LIMIT 3) NEW - #6885 - .5"-.75"plant - $2.50 - gray body, fairly solid rusty red markings

LITHOPS lesliei 'Albinica' (LIMIT 5) NEW - #6969 - .5"plant - $3.00 - greenish body, darker green top with fine yellow-green markings

LITHOPS localis (LIMIT 5) NEW - #8703 - .5"plant - $2.50 - gray-brown body, brownish top with small dark green dots

LITHOPS naureeniae (LIMIT 5) NEW - #9724 - .5"-.75"plant - $2.50 - elongated gray-green body, dark top flecked with gray

*LITHOPS schwantesii v. marthae (LIMIT 5) NEW - #7740 - .5"-.75"plant - $2.50 - gray body, tan top with few red markings

MATELEA cyclophylla NEW (APOCYNACEAE) - #5767- ~1"caudex - $7.00 - corky tan caudex gives rise to vine with large heart-shaped leaves in the summer, .5" green-to-purple five-petalled flowers in summer when mature

*PELARGONIUM klinghardtense (LIMIT 3) NEW - #8484 - 3.25"pot - $10.00 - thick smooth bluish stem with succulent blue leaves with wavy edges in winter, white flowers on short stalks in later winter

SARCOCAULON herrei (LIMIT 5) NEW - #8338 - 1"+tall seedlings - $7.50 - pencil-thick stems bear heavily dissected gray-green leaves on persistent reddish petioles, white flower, forms compact shrublet

TITANOPSIS calcareum (LIMIT 3) NEW (AIZOACEAE) - #9296 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - (35 km NW Brandvlei, RSA) low rosettes of light blue leaves with triangular orange tips addorned with rough bumps, yellow flowers

 

 

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