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*ADENIUM hybrid #10 - #8782 - 4"pot - $9.00 - these seedlings are still squat with fat bases and roots, (A. crispum x A. arabicum)F2, seedlings quickly fatten and branch and eventually form the low massive caudex of A. arabicum with narrower pointed leaves, some with crisped edges and white venation, flowers are pink with red nectar guides in the throat

ALOE krapohliana v. dumoulinii - #9051 - 2.25"pot - $6.00 - seedlings of this nice solitary dwarf species, short thick curved gray-green leaves from rosette that only grows 4"-5" across, short spike with orange flowers in spring

*ANACAMPSEROS rufescens 'Sunrise' (ANACAMPSEROTACEAE) - #5001 - 2.75"pot - $4.00 - cultivar with smaller leaves and tighter rosettes, leaves blush pink and yellow in strong light, pink flowers in summer

*ARIOCARPUS fissuratus ssp. bravoanus  - #8676 - .5"plant - $10.00 - dwarf rosette of rough dark green tubercles on thick taproot grows to 3", large purple flower when mature

*ARIOCARPUS fissuratus ssp. hintonii - #6901 - .5"+plant - $10.00 - dwarf rosette of rough dark green tubercles on thick taproot grows to 4", large purple flower when mature

*ARIOCARPUS retusus ssp. confusus - #8116 - 1"+plant - $10.00 - rosette of dark gray-green somewhat soft tubercles, large purplish-pink flowers when mature, grows to 6"

*ARIOCARPUS retusus v. scaphirostroides  - #5445 - .5"plant - $10.00 - long erect gray-green tubercles, grows to 8", white flowers when mature

*ARIOCARPUS retusus ssp. trigonus v. horacekii  - #9130 - .75"plant - $10.00 - dwarf rosette of sharply pointed dark green tubercles, also known as "trigonus v. minimus", only grows to about 5", these are already flowering size

*ARIOCARPUS scaphirostris   - #5101 - .5"plant - $10.00 - dwarf rosette of rough upright dark green tubercles on thick taproot, just flowering size, grows to 3"

ASTROPHYTUM capricorne (Mina, Nuevo Leon, MX) - #9570 - 1.5"plant - $5.00 - dark green stem with fairly dense white flecking, thin curled black spines, large yellow flower with orange center, just flowering size

*ASTROPHYTUM 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

*ASTROPHYTUM capricorne v. senile fma. aurea - #9090 - 1.5"plant - $5.00 - round green stem becomes columnar with age, sparse white flecking, fairly dense curly golden spines, large yellow flower with orange center when mature

*ASTROPHYTUM 'Super Kabuto Kikkou' - #9419 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $9.00 - 1"+ grafted offsets of this Japanese cultivar, bumpy round stems with large white fuzzy flecks, offsets fairly freely

*BURSERA fagaroides (BURSERACEAE) - #5662 - 12"tall & 1"thick trunk - $12.00 - deciduous caudiciform tree from Mexico, 3-lobed green leaves in summer, peeling bark when mature, nicely branching seedlings *COPIAPOA tenuissima monstrose miniature - #9120 - 1"+ offset G-HJ - $9.00 - grafted on Harrisia, spineless almost black stems with wooly areoles cluster heavily, yellow flowers, when grown on its own roots the stems only grow to .5"

*CARALLUMA foetida - #9009 - 2.25"potRC - $5.00 - upright branching light green stems bear small clusters of very foul-smelling .5" yellow flowers with dense liver-colored spots, petal tips with fringe of purple hairs that move in the breeze

CEPHALOPENTANDRA ecirrhosa (CUCURBITACEAE)    *#6964.4 - 2.5"wide x 2.5"tall caudex - $20.00

*CLEISTOCACTUS straussii - #5169 - 12"tall - $10.00 - Silver Torch seedlings, upright stems to 9' tall densely covered with glassy white spines, will cluster from base, dark reddish flowers when mature

COPIAPOA humilis "paposensis" - #7630 - 4"pot - $9.00 - low purplish-green body with tuberculate ribs, thin dark spines, yellow flowers

*COPIAPOA tenuissima monstrose miniature - #9120 - 1"+ offset G-HJ - $9.00 - grafted on Harrisia, spineless almost black stems with wooly areoles cluster heavily, yellow flowers, when grown on its own roots the stems only grow to .5"

*CRASSULA muscosa (CRASSULACEAE) - #8022 - 2.25"pot RC - $4.00 - .25"-thick four-angled stems made of light green leaves, branches freely and forms a nice clump

*ECHINOCEREUS 'Jeremy' x E. triglochidiatus "inermis" - #9774 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - these seedlings are close to flowering size and should have orange to red flowers, low green body from spineless to straw colored spines, some are starting to cluster, should be quite cold-hardy

*ECHINOCEREUS knippelianus ssp. knippelianus - #5288 - 1"plant - $4.00 - small-growing soft green body on thick taproot, 1-3 thin tan spines per areole, light plnk flower borne on the sides of the stem

*ECHINOCEREUS pectinatus v. Coahuila - #7711 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - solitary upright green stem with dense short pinkish spines held close to the body, large pink flower with white center, similar in appearance to E. rigidissimus but not the same species

*ECHINOCEREUS reichenbachii ssp. pailianus - #7709 - .5"wide x 1.75"tall seedlings - $4.00 - from Sierra de la Paila, Coahuila MX, initially upright stem shaped like a balloon, dense orange spines held close to the stem, tricolored flowers - pink, then white, to a reddish center

ECHINOCEREUS sanpedroensis - #8528 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - related to E. scheeryi, .75"-thick stems cluster heavily from the base, sparse yellow spines, large, long-tubed salmon colored flower in the summer

ECHINOCEREUS schmollii - #5325 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - (syn. Wilcoxia schmollii) soft thin stems from thick root, soft white and black hairlike spines, pale pink flowers in late spring when mature

*ECHINOCEREUS viridiflorus ssp. davisii 'Brevispinus' - #9607 .75"offsetG-HJ - $9.00 - spine mutation of this dwarf species, black and white spines are very short and stout, same yellow lemon-scented flowers in late winter as the species

*ESCOBARIA hesteri - #5454 - ~1"plant - $5.00 - dwarf green tuberculate stems covered with dense white and brownish spines, nice pink flowers in summer

*ERYTHRINA herbacea (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 cylindrifolia v. tuberifera  - #8255 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - Madagascan species, central caudex bears stems with pointed tubular gray-green leaves

EUPHORBIA obesa - 1.25"seedlings, Basketball Plant, almost extinct in habitat but common in cultivation, round green body becomes columnar with age, sexes on separate plants, which sometimes switch

        *female plants - #5672 - $5.00

        *male plants - #5673 - $5.00

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

FEROCACTUS acanthodes ssp. acanthodes - #8042 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - nice dark red spines on this barrel cactus, this is the type seen around NW Arizona or southern Nevada

*FEROCACTUS wislizenii - #6831.4 - 4"pot - $9.00 - Pima Co. Arizona, dark matte green body, heavy red/brown spines fade to gray with age, large growing to 18" wide and more than 5' tall, flowers vary from yellow to red

*GASTERIA rawlinsonii - #9679 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - rooted cuttings of one clone of this uncommon species, fat green leaves on the same plane rather than a rosette, stems initially upright but hang with age, pale pink flowers in spring

*GASTERIA 'Sakura Fuji'- #9276 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - fat green and white variegate leaves, makes nice clusters

*GLANDULOCACTUS uncinatus ssp. uncinatus - #9107 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - club-shaped blue-green stem, grayish spines with black tips, hooked central spines 2-3" long on larger plants, dark brown flowers

*GYMNOCALYCIUM horstii - #7094 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - shiny green 5-ribbed body, 5 stout tan spines per areole, large light pink flower when mature, large-growing, clusters when mature

GYMNOCALYCIUM ragonesei - #6915 - 1"+plant - $4.00 - low brownish stem, short tan spines held flat against stem, white flowers

*GYMNOCALYCIUM vatteri - #7725 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - slow-growing species, low gray-green stem, 1-3 short thick spines per areole, off-white flowers

HAWORTHIA attenuata (zebra-type) - #4550 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - upright narrow dark green leaves with thick bold white bands, makes nice clusters

*ISLAYA islayensis - #8877 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - rare Peruvian species, solitary erect green stem with short black stiff spines, open yellow flowers followed by soft light pink fruit, most of these remaining plants have some scars low on the body

*JACARATIA corumbensis - #5828 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - succulent papaya relative, shiny tri-lobed green leaves from spring to fall, brown stem, thick root can be raised for effect, sexes on separate plants, odd looking pink and green fruit turns pink and orange when ripe

*LEUCHTENBERGIA principis monstrose - #8714 - 3.25"pot G-SG - $9.00 - short stout blue-green tubercles with short papery yellow spines, most of the tubercles will form an offset from the tip, although these are on a robust stock they tend to kill it after 3-4 years

LITHOPS aucampiae 'Jackson's Jade' - #8666 - .5"-.75"plant - $4.00 - yellow-green body, darker green markings on top

*LITHOPS dorotheae - #4735 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - yellowish body, rounded top with red and green markings

*LITHOPS gracilidelineata C309 - #8423 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - whitish body, fine dark brown lines on top, these are "normal" plants from 'Cafe au Lait' parents

*LITHOPS hallii C045 - #9243 - .5"-1"plant - $3.00 - "White Form", pinkish-white body, rough pinkish-brown top

*LITHOPS hallii 'Green Soapstone' - #8665 - .5"-1"plant - $4.00 - gray-green body, darker green markings on top

*LITHOPS hallii SH1353 - #8582 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - dark gray body, rough brown top

*LITHOPS hookeri v. hookeri 'vermiculate form' (Rooidam) - #9395 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - brown body, fine embedded dark brown squiggles on top

*LITHOPS hookeri v. marginata C155 - #8467 - .75"-1"plant - $3.00 - gray-brown body and top with red-brown markings

LITHOPS julii C297 - #8574 - .75"-1"plant - $3.00 - whitish body, grayish markings on top

*LITHOPS karasmontana C227 - #8559 - .75"plant - $3.00 - gray-brown body, nice red-brown markings on top

LITHOPS karasmontana 'Lateritia' - #9518 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - gray body, bold orange to rusty-red top

*LITHOPS vallis-mariae C166 - #8607 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - grayish body, yellowish-gray top with fine brown markings

*LOBIVIA maximilliana v. charazanensis R206 - #9754 - 4"pot - $9.00 - shiny bright green stem with golden spines, bright yellow flowers

*LOPHOCEREUS schottii monstrose 'Obesa' - #6892.4 - 6"-8"rooted cutting - $20.00 - one of the forms of 'Totem Pole' cactus from Baja California, this is the fattest, growing to 3"-4" thick and up to 10' tall, virtually spineless knobby gray-green stems occasionally revert to straight ribs then return to fat tubercles

*MAMMILARIA bertholdii Clone 1 - #9586.1 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $12.00 - 1"+ grafted offsets, rare dwarf species from N. of San Jose de Lachiquiri, OAX, Mexico, short glassy spines, large pink flowers, this clone has neatly arranged spines

*MAMMILLARIA bombycina - #5526 - 4"pot - $9.00 - this popular, large-growing species has dense white radial spines, red hooked central spines, rings of light pink flowers in the spring

*MAMMILLARIA compressa 'Yokan' - #6807 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $9.00 - tight brain-like mass of .25"-thick purplish fans with fine short soft white spines

*MAMMILLARIA glassii v. nominis-dulcis - #7287 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - low clustering soft green stems covered with dense glassy white radial spines and short dark hooked centrals, light pink flowers

MAMMILLARIA guelzowiana - #5535 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - low soft light green stem, yellow to brown spines, hooked centrals, spines somewhat hidden by white hairs, huge shocking pink flowers in summer

*MAMMILLARIA lauii ssp. subducta - #7306 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - low rounded stem clusters eventually, dense short stiff golden spines with darker tips, pink flowers in spring

*MAMMILLARIA longimamma ssp. longimamma - #6791 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - green stem will develop huge tubercles, thick taproot, 1.5"-wide lemon-scented flowers, can make a large cluster

*MAMMILLARIA luethyi Clone M1 - #9751.1 - 3.25"potG-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, this clone is from seed made from the clones imported from Europe around 2000

*MAMMILLARIA luethyi Clone M2 - #9751.2 - 3.25"potG-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, this clone is from seed made from the clones imported from Europe around 2000

*MAMMILLARIA luethyi Clone M3 (LIMIT 2) - #9751.3 - 3.25"potG-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, this clone is from seed made from the clones imported from Europe around 2000

*MAMMILLARIA theresae (white flowered) - #8481 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $8.00 - small grafts of the white flowered form of this miniature cactus, soft feathery spines, large white flower

MATUCANA ritteri - #9114 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - low shiny green stem, thin golden spines with dark base curl around body, large bright red zygomorphic flower

*MESTOKLEMA tuberosum - #6871 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - shrubby caudiciform from Southern Namibia and Eastern Cape in South Africa, upright stems with soft light green leaves, clusters of coppery orange flowers, eventually develops underground root with brown skin that can be raised for effect

*+MYRTILLOCALYCIUM 'Polyp' - #8020 - 3.25"potG-SV - $9.00 - Chimera that popped up in Tucson more than 20 years ago from Gymnocalycium friedrichii 'Hibotan' on a Myrtillocalycium geometrizans, mostly upright green stems mottled with red will produce some of the original Hibotan

NEOPORTERIA floccosa - #7674 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - solitary matte olive green stem, .5" stiff black spines that gray as they age, wispy white hairs on areoles, light pink flowers in spring

NEOPORTERIA occulta - #5579 - 1"plant - $5.00 - low dark purple stem on thick taproot, short spines to spineless, large whitish flower

NOTOCACTUS buiningii - #5581 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - light gray-green body, sharp ribs with dark spines with tan tips, large yellow flower in spring

*ORTEGOCACTUS macdougallii (clone #1) - #5589.1 - ~1"grafted offset - $8.00 - offsets grafted on Harrisia, uncommon monotypic genus from Oaxaca, MX, light green body, short black spines, yellow flowers

*PYGMAEOCEREUS bieblii - #9416 - 1"+ plant - $7.00 - (= Haageocereus bieblii) low dark green stem with thick root, very short thick white spines sit atop tuberculate ribs, long-tubed white flowers in summer

*RHYTIDOCAULON macrolobum ssp. macrolobum - #7671 - 2.25"pot - $6.00 - seedlings, upright olive green, rough-textured, pencil-thick stems branch sparingly and bear .25" black and white flowers

*SANSEVIERIA ballyi - #9133 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - rosettes of pencil-thick mottled white and green leaves tipped with a sharp point, nicely scented flowers in spring

*STENOCACTUS multicostatus - #7675 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - SB1147, low dark green stem with many extra fine sharp wavy ribs, sparse yellow to brown spines, thin central spines, pink flowers with darker midstripe in spring

*STENOCEREUS griseus 'Phil McCracken' - #8479 - 3.25"pot G-SG - $9.00 - grafted offsets of this odd sport, lumpy gray stems with short or no spines*TURBINICARPUS beguinii ssp. hintonioru - #9064 - ~1"seedling - $6.00 - small upright green stem, dense stout black-tipped white spines, white flowers with yellowish midstripes

SULCOREBUTIA rauschii 'Mars' - #9716 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $8.00 - grafted offsets, very nice clone of this dwarf species, large heads cluster heavily and maintain deep reddish color, intense purple/red flowers

*THELOCACTUS bicolor ssp. heterochromus - #7525 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - fat low green stem with large tubercles, very stout red and tan spines, large pink flower with darker center

*TURBINICARPUS major L0730 crest - #9525 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $9.00 - 1" fan, dense erect black-tipped white spines, white flowers

*TUBINICARPUS pseudopectinatus crest #3 - #9778 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $9.00 - .5"-thick fans with dense white pectinate spines, this clone comes from a seedling on its own roots where the crest is about 1/8" across

TURBINICARPUS pseudopectinatus ssp. jarmilae - #9740 - .5"+plant - $6.00 - club-shaped stem with minute pectinate white spines, large pink to purple flowers

*UNCARINA decaryi (PEDALIACEAE) - #9095 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - upright stems from thick root grows to 5', large dark green leaves, lighter underneath, dark yellow flower with purple throat, odd spiny fruit, also sold mistakenly as U. peltata

*U. roeoesliana - #7798 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - smallest of the genus, fuzzy green leaves, yellow flowers with purple lines in the throat, thick root can be raised for effect, just flowering size

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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