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New Items - Updated - February 10th, 2023

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


Cacti  (Succulents at bottom of page)

*Ariocarpus retusus v. furfuraceus 'Pointy' NEW (LIMIT 2) - #9717 - .7"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. panarottoi NEW (LIMIT 2) - #9342 - .7"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 NEW (LIMIT 3) - #5102 - .7"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 retusus ssp. trigonus v. horacekii NEW (LIMIT 2) - #9130 - .6"seedling - $15.00 - dwarf rosette of sharply pointed dark green tubercles, also known as "trigonus v. minimus", only grows to about 5", these are just about flowering size

*Borzicactus auriespinus variegated crest NEW (LIMIT 1) - #9128 - 3.25"pot G-HJ - $10.00 - .75"-wide fans with dense somewhat soft yellow spines, one side of the fans are green and the other is yellow

*Echinocereus nivosus NEW (LIMIT 3) - #5296 - 1"plant - $5.00 - green stems covered in dense erect glassy white spines, will cluster with time, shy to produce large dark pink flowers

*Echinocereus pacificus NEW (LIMIT 2) - #5297 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - from Baja, CA, green stems will form clusters to 12" or more, erect straw-colored spines with darker tips, bright red tubular flower in summer when mature

*Echinocereus pulchellus ssp. acanthosetus NEW (LIMIT 2) - #8126 - 1"seedling - $5.00 - smallest of the forms of E. pulchellus, soft green stem on thick taproot, large bright dark pink flower

*Echinocereus rigidissimus ssp. rigidissimus NEW (LIMIT 2) - #8803 - 2.75"pot - $6.00 - Pima Co., AZ, solitary columnar stem with dense tan and pink spines held close, large pink flower with white center

*Echinocereus viridiflorus ssp. davisii 'Brevispinus' NEW (LIMIT 1) - #9607 - .75"grafted offset G-HJ - $10.00 - short thick black and white spines on this cultivar, small citrus-scented yellow flower

*Escobaria hesteri NEW (LIMIT 2) - #5454 - 1"+plant/flowering size - $5.00 - miniature with soft dark green stems, can form small clusters, erect straw-colored spines with brown tips, bright pink flower

*Lobivia leucomalla NEW (LIMIT 2) - #5687.2 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - eventually columnar dark green stem densely covered in glassy white spines, large yellow flowers in summer

*Turbinicarpus dickisoniae NEW (LIMIT 2) - #5607 - .8"plant - $6.00 - dwarf dark green stem with small tubercles, short white radial spines held close, long flexible black central spines, small yellow flowers

*Turbinicarpus saueri ssp. gonzalezii NEW (LIMIT 2) - #9597 - ~1"plant - $6.00 - (PP1234 Rancho Chapala, TAM, MX) low green stem, short white radial spines held close, longer central spines, large pink and white flowers in spring, just flowering size

*Turbinicarpus saueri ssp. septentrionalis NEW (LIMIT 3) - #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

Succulents (other than cacti)

Aloinopsis rosulata NEW (AIZOACEAE) - #7665 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - low cluster of green rounded leaves from thick taproot, golden flower with reddish midstripes

Euphorbia cylindrifolia v. tuberifera NEW (LIMIT 2) (EUPHORBIACEAE) - #8255 - 2.75"pot - $8.00 - low gray branching stems with gray-green leaves that are roughly round in cross-section, base of the stem thickens as it ages

*Euphorbia symmetrica NEW (LIMIT 3) - #6795 - 1.25"seedlings - $6.00 - low green stem considered a subspecies of E. obesa, it differs in that the stems are more uniformly green, smoother with flattened or indented ribs, they also tend to cluster with age and remain shorter, they are also single-sexed like E. obesa, but mature plants will often have 3 cyathia per node although not all develop

Graptopetalum rusbyi NEW (LIMIT 3) (CRASSULACEAE) - #9535 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - native to Arizona, this is the only Graptopetalum that takes the heat and cold here, light green leaves form a low rosette up to 5 inches across, forms nice clusters, short flower spikes with speckled red flowers

Haworthia cooperi v. truncata NEW (LIMIT 2) (ASPHODELACEAE) - #8041 - 1"+rosettes - $6.00 - Bolo Reserve form, dwarf rosette with rounded windowed leaves

Haworthia magnifica v. paradoxa NEW (LIMIT 2) - #7134 - .8"rosette - $5.00 - miniature dark green rosettes of leaves with windowed top and small serrations on the sides, forms small clusters

Haworthia mirabilis v. notabilis NEW (LIMIT 2) - #9572 - 1.5"rosettes - $5.00 - narrow leaves with serrated edges, reddish in bright light

Ibervillea tenuissima NEW (CUCURBITACEAE) - #9690 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - (Jarilla Mtns, NM) underground caudex with white skin, in habitat it makes a disk-like caudex but in cultivation is more of a top shape, still it can grow to 6", sexes on separate plants, small yellow flowers, 1cm round red fruit

Mestoklema tuberosa NEW (LIMIT 3) (MESEMBRYANTHEMACEAE) - #6871 - 6"pot - $15.00 - shrubby ice plant relative, brown-skinned roots thicken eventually and can be raised for effect, branches bear soft green leaves and coppery orange flowers

Pelargonium klinghartense NEW (LIMIT 2) - #8484 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - winter grower, chalky gray-green stems, fleshy gray-green leaves (which tend to break off when handled), small white flowers when mature

*Yucca jaegeriana NEW (LIMIT 1) (ASPARAGACEAE) - #9800 - 4"pot - $12.00 - dwarf Joshua tree, smaller than the regular Joshua tree, lower growing and branching and pollinated by a different species of moth, not difficult to grow but slow