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Mestoklema thru Yucca

RC = rooted cutting

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

MESTOKLEMA tuberosum (AIZOACEAE) - #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

PACHYPODIUM bispinosum (LIMIT 5) (APOCYNACEAE) - #5739 - 4"pot - $8.00 - thin green stems with paired brown spines, thin green leaves, bell-shaped pink flowers, thick root can be raised when larger for effect

P. saundersii (LIMIT 3) NEW - #5741 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - upright silvery stems with heavy paired spines, shiny green leaves in summer, scented white flowers in the fall, can be kept squatter with pruning and/or growing hard, can make a large specimen in a couple decades

P. succulentum - #7445.3 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - pencil-thick green stem from thick carrot-like taproot, long narrow green leaves, small brown spines, large pink flowers

PLEIOSPILOS bolusii (AIZOACEAE) - #7462 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - fat paired green leaves with minute dots, somewhat bumpy surface, large orange and yellow flowers with coconut scent

P. simulans - #8103 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - fat leaves that open widely lying on the ground, large orange and yellow flowers with coconut scent

RABBIEA difformis (AIZOACEAE) - #8209 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - keel-shaped short dark green leaves form tight cluster, yellow flower, cold hard to below 0F

*SANSEVIERIA ballyi (ASPARAGACEAE) - #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

*S. hallii 'Baseball Bat' - #7625 - 4"pot single rooted leaf - $12.00 - thick mottled white and green leaves to about 2' tall

S. singularis - #6881 - 4"pot - $10.00 - dark green leaves with vague white bands, mature leaves are round in cross-section, leaves grow to about 2' tall

*SARCOCAULON herrei (LIMIT 3) (GERANIACEAE) - #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 (AIZOACEAE) - #9296 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - (35 km NW Brandvlei, RSA) low rosettes of light blue leaves with triangular orange tips adorned with rough bumps, yellow flowers

T. hugo-schlecteri - #7531 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - low rosettes of light blue leaves with bumpy orangish tips, light orangish flower

TRICHODIADEMA densum (LIMIT 5) NEW (MESEMBRYANTHEMACEAE) - #6797 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - seedlings, low branching shrublet, small succulent green leaves tipped with a crown of white spines, large purple flower, forms a thick underground root that can be raised for effect

TUMAMOCA macdougallii (CUCURBITACEAE) - #8526.3 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - native from southern Arizona to Sonora Mexico, mature plants have white underground lobed caudex, annual vines with dissected leaves, small white flowers and red fruit in summer

UNCARINA decaryi (LIMIT 3) (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 (LIMIT 5) NEW - #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

YUCCA endlichiana (LIMIT 5) NEW (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

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

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