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Adenia thru Dudleya

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

ADENIA volkensii (LIMIT 3)  (PASSIFLORACEAE) - #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

ADENIUM arabicum (LIMIT 10) (APOCYNACEAE) - #6860 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - these seedlings were pinched when very small to make them branch, large-growing species from the Arabian peninsula forms low fat caudex with upright branches, large green leaves, small pink flowers

A. hybrid #10 (LIMIT 3) - #8782.4 - 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

A. socotranum - #9541 - 6"pot - $35.00 - largest-growing of the genus from the isle of Socotra, in spite of this the seedlings start with low round caudex with single upright stem, they only start to thicken when larger, shiny dark green leaves, pink flowers when much larger

A. somalense v. nova (LIMIT 3) - #8113 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - seedlings from stock collected in Tanzania in the late 1990's, long thin light green leaves, branching stem from large underground stem that can be raised for effect, bright red and white flowers in late spring/early summer

A. swazicum - #5017 - 4"pot - $9.00 - white branching stems with velvety gray leaves, large pink flowers with darker throat, thick root can be raised for effect

AGAVE stricta nana (Minas Asbestos) (ASPARAGACEAE) - #5057 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - rosettes of thin 8"-long gray-green leaves, clusters with age or when the main stem flowers

ALOE dichotoma (LIMIT 3) (ASPHODELACEAE) - #5071 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - (= Aloidendron dichotomum) upright blue-green leaves with little teeth, one of the largest tree Aloes

*A. 'La Petite' (LIMIT 3) - #9598 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - Aloe variegata hybrid, green leaves with white mottling form 3"-4" rosettes on upright stalks, will cluster from the base, pink and white flowers

A. '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 malherbei (AIZOACEAE) - #7894 - 2.75"pot - $5.00 - rosettes of flattened blue-green leaves with small white bumps on the edges and back, clear yellow flowers

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

A. shooneesii - #7569 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - clusters of round green leaves will develop thick taproot, golden flowers

*ANACAMPSEROS rufecens (ANACAMPSEROTACEAE) - #6779 - 2.75"pot - $4.00 - loose rosettes of plump purple and green leaves, bright pink flowers in summer

A. rufescens 'Sunrise' - #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

BEAUCARNEA recurvata (ASPARAGACEAE) - #5119 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - common Ponytail Palm, from female with very long leaves, seedlings with round base and long green leaves

BIJLIA cana (AIZOACEAE) - #8236 - 3.25"pot - $6.00 - plump gray-green leaves, yellow flowers, forms small clumps

CEPHALOPENTANDRA ecirrhosa (CUCURBITACEAE) - #6964.2 - .5" x 1.5"caudex - $6.00 - green- and silver-skinned knobby conical caudex, green leaves on vining stems, 1" butter-yellow flowers, monoecious - younger/smaller plants bear only male flowers, mature and vigorously growing plants can bear both male and female flowers   

CHEIRIDOPSIS aff. pearsonii (AIZOACEAE) - #9514 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - Pedros Kloof, NC, South Africa, long thin fleshy bluish leaves form small clusters, clear yellow flowers

C. denticulata (LIMIT 3) - #5659 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - (= C. candidissima) thick upright blue-green leaves eventually form nice clumps, large yellow flowers

C. 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

*C. umdausensis - #9515 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - Umdaus, NC, South Africa, long green leaves with rough surface form nice clumps, large yellow flowers

COMMIPHORA wightii (LIMIT 3) (BURSERACEAE)  - #8551 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - seedlings of the caudiciform tree called Mukul myrrh from India used to produce the resin guggul, small scalloped green leaves, peeling bark, can be trained as bonsai, self-fertile and will produce seed by itself when mature

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

*DUDLEYA saxosa ssp. collomiae (white) (CRASSULACEAE) - #9671 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - Arizona native, winter-growing rosettes of long soft leaves with covering of white bloom, spikes of yellow flowers on red stems in late spring when mature

D. saxosa ssp. collumiae (green) - #9672 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - Arizona native, from the same population as above but with shiny soft green leaves, spikes of yellow flowers on red stems in late spring when mature

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

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