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*ADENIA glauca (PASSIFLORACEAE) - #6875 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - shortly vining green stems from lobed green leaves from base that eventually fattens out, small green flowers, sexes on separate plants but these are too small to flower yet

*ADENIA volkensii - #7682 - 3.25"pot - $9.00 - upright gray-green stems from thick taproot(s), which can be raised when mature for effect, lobed leaves, bell-shaped green flowers that smell like over-ripe fruit, sexes on separate plants

*AYLOSTERA pygmaea "eos" - #8805 - .75"plant - $5.00 - (syn. REBUTIA) dwarf soft light green body with short light brown spines held close, thick taproot, large pale pink flower

*ARIOCARPUS agavoides - #5440 - .5"root/flowering size - $10.00 - dwarf species from Tula, Tamaulipas, MX, thick taproot topped with flexible narrow dark green tubercles, large purple flower in the fall

*ARIOCARPUS kotschoubeyanus ssp. sladkovskyi - #9131 - .7"flowering size - $10.00 - San Francisco, SLP, MX - dwarf thick root topped with smooth triangular dark green tubercles, this A. kotschoubeyanus grows faster and larger than common type, flowers have sharply pointed dark pink petals

*ARIOCARPUS retusus Mina San Rafael form - #6898 - .6"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

*ARIOCARPUS retusus v. furfuraceus - #5098 - .75"seedling - $10.00 - "Furfuraceus Major" from Las Tablas, SLP, MX, fat gray-green tubercles somewhat variable in size and shape, white flowers sometimes with a blush of pink in the fall when mature

*ARIOCARPUS retusus v. furfuraceus 'Pointy' - #9717 - .75"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

*ARIOCARPUS retusus ssp. confusus - #8116 - .75"seedling - $10.00 - Aramberri, Nuevo Leon, MX, low rosette with fat greenish sharply pointed tubercles often with a purple blush, particularly in winter, tubercles are alway somewhat softer than other A. retusus, large dark purple flowers when mature

*ARIOCARPUS retusus ssp. panarottoi - #9342 - .75"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

*ARIOCARPUS trigonus - #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

*ARIOCARPUS aff. trigonus El Olmo - #9538 - .8"seedling - $10.00 - from El Olmo Nuevo Leon, MX, a very odd plant closely related to A. trigonus, long olive green to brownish tubercles lay flat when mature with raised lines that run the length of the tubercle and are much less fat than A. trigonus, also the flowers vary from yellow, to whitish with pink tips, to pink

*COCHEMIEA maritima - #9765 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - (Rosalillito, Baja California, MX) syn. Mammillaria maritima, dark green stems, rusty brown spines with hooked central, forms large clusters, bright red tubular flowers when mature

*CORYPHANTHA greenwoodii - #8542 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - round shiny green stem wrapped in dense heavy golden spines, yellow flower when mature

*ECHINOCEREUS yavapaiensis - #8425 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - Bradshaw Mtns. AZ, green stems will cluster to make 2' wide mounds, yellow spines, bright red flowers in spring

*EPITHELANTHA greggii - #9491 - .8"seedling - $6.00 - SB321 (Cuesta Dela Murella) solitary upright club-shaped stem, dense minute white spines, whitish flower

*EUPHORBIA meloformis v. macrodiscus (EUPHORBIACEAE) - #8675 - 2.25"pot - $6.00 - (Peddie, RSA) ES3459, low dark green stem, separate male and female plants, most of this batch of seedlings are male, persistent woody flower stocks

*FOCKEA edulis - #7062 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - vining stems with green leaves from warty white tuberous caudex which can grow quite large in time, making an attractive specimen

*GLANDULOCACTUS uncinatus ssp. wrightii - #9600 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - (Carlsbad, NM) soft club-shaped blue-green stem, tan to gray spines with black hooked tips, long hooked central spines, dark reddish flower

*GYMNOCALYCIUM bruchii ssp. matznetteri - #9721 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - soft light green stem, soft short white spines on short tubercles, large pale pink flowers

GYMNOCALYCIUM damsii (Robores) - #9756 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - low shiny green stem, not as much purple as v. rotundulum, mostly green when mature, white flowers, flowering size

GYMNOCALYCIUM friedrichii - #7091 - 1.5"plant - $4.00 - low stem becomes shortly columnar with age, stem is reddish to brownish in strong light, short brown dark spines, pink flowers for much of the summer

*GYMNOCALYCIUM pflanzii v. Tomina - #7727 - 4"pot - $10.00 - round rough gray-green body, short stout curved brown spines

*HOMALOCEPHALA texensis - #5469 - 1.5"plant - $5.00 - Horse Crippler was moved back to Homalocephala from Echinocactus, low gray-green stem, develops thick erect light brownish spines, pink flowers with tattered edges when mature

HUERNIA erinacea - #7907 - 2.25"potRC - $6.00 - thin green and maroon stems, tan and maroon mottled flowers with dense short teeth on petals

X HUERVALIA 'Pointy Birds' - #9692 - 2.25"potRC - $6.00 - (Huernia somalica hybrid X Duvalia pillansii) shiny light green stems, greenish-white ~1" flower with sharply pointed upturned petals

*LAPIDARIA margaretae (AIZOACEAE) - #7206 - .5"-.75"plant - $2.50 - plump white paired leaves look like they are carved from stone, large yellow flower, leaves emerge at right angles to old

*LITHOPS bromfieldii v. bromfieldii - #4733 - .5"plant - $2.50 - brown to tan body, red-brown broken windows on top

*LITHOPS gracilidelineata C309 'Cafe au Lait' - #8073 - .75"-1"plant - $4.00 - white to light tan body, milky light brown to reddish and white markings on top, quite variable

*LITHOPS lesliei ssp. burchellii C308 - #9738 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - gray body, gray top with fine green markings

*LITHOPS localis MV4294 - #8281 - .5"-.75"plant - $3.00 - gray-brown body, top speckled with dark green dots

*LITHOPS schwantesii v. marthae - #7740 - .5"plant - $3.00 - gray body, some reddish lines on top

*LOBIVIA aurea v. leucomalla - #5687 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - round green body becomes shortly columnar, dense short white radial spines, longer central spine with black tip, clear yellow flowers in summer

*MAMMILLARIA bocasana 'rosieflora' - #5525 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - low soft green stems covered with dense short white hair-like spines, short brown hooked central spines, small pink flowers in spring

*MAMMILLARIA hahniana ssp. hahniana - #5740 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - round green body covered with dense short white spines and white hairs, rings of pink flowers in spring

*MAMMILLARIA stella-de-tacubaya  - #9195 - ~1"plant - $5.00 - closely related to M. lasiacantha and M. magallanii, miniature species, dense light brownish spines wrap stems, seedlings start with a hooked central spine but most go away at maturity, light brownish flowers in spring

MAMMILLARIA weingartiana - #7135 - 1"+ seedlings - $5.00 - low solitary miniature, dark green body on thick taproot, hooked black central spines, rings of white flowers with pinkish midstripe and lovely lemony scent in late winter

*MELOCACTUS matanzanus - #5573 - 4"pot - $12.00 - Cuban species, one of the smallest Melocactus, short curved light brown spines, round light green body topped with the red bristles of a cephalium, self-fertile so the small pink flowers give rise to little pink fruit, these plants have just started to make their cephalium in the last year

*OPERCULICARYA pachypus (ANACARDIACEAE) - #8865 - 3.25"pot - $15.00 - seedlings, Madagascan species, brown stems from tuberous roots bare shiny green compound leaves during the growing season, trunk will thicken with time, some individuals develop a bumpy texture, great for bonsai, separate male and female plants but these are too young to flower

*REBUTIA heliosa - #7477 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $8.00 - grafts of this pretty species, finger-like stems cluster heavily, dense minute silvery spines held close to the stem, bright orange flowers

*STAPELIA schinzii - #8988 - 2.25"potRC - $6.00 - thin purple-green stems, 2"+ foul-smelling purple flowers with purple hairs on petal edges

*STENOCACTUS erectrocentrus - #9267 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - round dark green stem, thick wavy ribs, sparse dark spines with erect central spine, mostly white flowers in spring

STENOCACTUS guerraianus - #9750 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - dark green stem with thick wavy ribs, sparse but stout grayish spines with black tips, large dark pink flower with darker midstripe in early spring

*SULCOREBUTIA rauschii (gold spined clone) - #7694 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $8.00 - grafted round purple and green stem with short golden spines held close, large purple flowers

*THELOCACTUS bicolor ssp. heterochromus - #7525 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - low soft dark green stem with large tubercles, thick taproot, stout yellow and red spines, large purple flower with red center

*TURBINICARPUS pseudopectinatus - #5606 - .7"plant - $6.00 - small club-shaped stem with minute pectinate white spines held close, flowers with white to light pink petals with pink midstripe

*TURBINICARPUS saueri ssp. septentrionalis - #9344 - 1"plant - $6.00 - one of the prettiest of the T. saueri ssp., low round stem with dense short white spines, short black-tipped central spine, large purple and white flowers

TURBINICARPUS zaragozae - #6737 - .75"wide x 1"tall seedlings - $6.00 - club-shaped green stem, dense white spines held close, spines shaggier and more erect when mature, pale pink flowers in spring

*YUCCA endlichiana (ASPARAGACEAE) - #8489 - 3.25"pot - $12.00 - seedlings of this choice, hard to find species from Coahuila, MX, thick blue leaves 12"-18" long on mature plants, when mature thick branching stems at ground level, waxy whitish flowers borne on stems no more than 10" tall

 

 

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