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*Adenium somalense v. nova - #8113 - 3.25"pot - $8.00 - form from Tanzania produces thick root, which is underground in nature but can be raised, small bright red and white flowers when larger

*Aloe Christmas Carol' - #9521 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - low rosettes, blue leaves edged with fine red teeth

*Aloe dichotoma - #5071 - 3.25"pot - $7.00 - (= Aloidendron dichotomum) upright blue-green leaves with little teeth, one of the largest tree Aloes

*Ariocarpus fissuratus ssp. fissuratus - #5094 - .8"seedling - $10.00 - only species of Ariocarpus from Texas, low heavily textured dark green tubercles develop wooly groove on upper face when mature, light pink flower when mature

*Ariocarpus fissuratus ssp. bravoanus - #8676 - .5"seedling - $15.00 - from a small area in SLP, MX, miniature solitary rosette of rough semi-upright dark green tubercles, pale pink flowers when mature

*Ariocarpus kotschoubeyanus ssp. sladkovskyi - #9131 - .7"flowering size - $15.00 - 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 "pectinatus" - #8820 - .65"seedling - $15.00 - rarely offered form, some think it might be a wild hybrid but it breeds true, dwarf rosette of gray tubercles grows no more than about 5" wide, the areoles are borne near the tips of the tubercles and on mature plants are elongated with a row of tiny spines hidden in the wool, white flowers when mature

*Ariocarpus retusus "scaphirostroides" - #5445 - .7"seedling - $10.00 - fairly long gray tubercles with a slightly cupped or flat upper face, solitary rosettes grow to about 8" in diameter, white flowers

*Ariocarpus retusus v. furfuraceus 'Pointy' - #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 v. furfuraceus monstrose - #5615 - .75"offsetG-HJ - $10.00 - grafted offsets of this nice mutant that has been around since the late 1980s or early 1990s, dark green stems with dense white wooly tops, can cluster heavily, occasionally grows "normal" heads with the tips of the tubercles bent inward

*Ariocarpus retusus ssp. panarottoi - #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 scaphirostris pink variegate - #9094 - 3.25potG-SG - $10.00 - .75" grafted offset of this cultivar that came from Japan in the '90s, can eventually make a 1.5"clump

*Ariocarpus retusus ssp. trigonus v. horacekii - #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

*Astrophytum myriostigma 'Lotusland' - #5109 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - monstrose Bishop's Cap with dense white flecking, produces lots of offsets and the occasional sterile yellow flower

*Astrophytum myriostigma 'Onzuka' (4 ribs) - #9232 - 1.3"+plant - $7.00 - cultivar with heavy larger white flecks, quite variable

*Astrophytum myriostigma 'Onzuka' (5 ribs) - #9233 - 1.3"+plant - $7.00 - cultivar with heavy larger white flecks, quite variable

*Astrophytum myriostigma 'Onzuka' monstrose crest - #9415 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - .5"-1"-wide fans with dense white flecking, crests fork, making round masses

*Astrophytum myriostgma 'Puff Bonnet' - #9489 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - grown from seed by us, this is not Lotusland but is similar, dense white flecking on stems with 5 ribs, tends to offset heavily from the bottom in cauliflower-like masses, can be grown on its own roots and produces fertile yellow flowers

*Astrophytum myriostigma 'tricostatum' - #7812 - 1"+plant - $7.00 - three-ribbed cultivar with white flecking, rarely maintains three ribs past baseball sized, small yellow flowers

*Astrophytum 'Super Kabuto Kikkou' - #9419 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - 1"+ grafted offsets of this Japanese cultivar, bumpy round stems with large white fuzzy flecks, offsets fairly freely

*Aztekium valdezii - #9801 - .85"grafted offsetG-MG - $20.00 - most recently described species of the genus grafted on Myrtillocactus, light green clustering stems with deep ridges typical of the genus, largest flowers in the genus, dark pink with white center

*Echinocereus mapimiensis crest - #8861 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - .9"-wide soft gray-green fan with long flexible black and white spines

*Echinocereus nivosus - #5296 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - green stems covered in dense erect glassy white spines, will cluster with time, shy to produce large dark pink flowers

*Echinopsis 'Yes!' - #7602 - 2.75"pot - $7.00 - (Dimmitt hybrid) - large-growing stout dark green stems, thick erect spines, 6"long x 3.5" wide dark pink flower with orange-red center

*Epithelantha bokei - #9080 - .8"plant - $7.00 - low solitary stem densely covered in fine white spines, small white to light pink flowers

*Epithelantha unguispina - #5497 - .7"plant - $6.00 - low soft stem covered with fine white spines, when mature has prominent black-tipped central spines, pink flowers from wooly crown when mature, need two plants to make seed

*Euphorbia suzannae - #6796 - 2.25"pot - $7.00 - initially round green stem will cluster with time, covered with small green pointy bumps, separate female and male plants but these have not been sexed

*Haworthia 'Lime Green' - #8661 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - H. truncata X H. cuspidata, bright green fans with rounded windowed tips, makes large clusters

*Haworthia venosa ssp. tesselata 'Fang' - #8825 - 2.25"pot - $6.00 - the story is: this is a wild clone from decades ago, much more robust than the type with thicker leaves, a much broader windowed top on the leaves

*Huernia somalica hybrids - #9409 - 2.25"potRC - $6.00 - 1"-wide almost-white flowers with raised annulus

*Leuchtenbergia principis monstrose - #8714 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - 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 and this batch has been grafted with a little taller stock so they last longer

*Mammillaria bertholdii Clone 1 - #9586.1 - 3.25"potG-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 compressa 'Yokan' - #6807 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - tight brain-like mass of .25"-thick purplish fans with fine short soft white spines

*Mammillaria gracilis 'Oruga' - #9789 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - robust cultivar of Mammillaria gracilis, areoles with some spines but mostly a big puff of white wool, will offset and makes light pink flowers

Mammillaria heyderi ssp. heyderi - #9787 - 2.25"pot - $5.00 - flattened dark green stem, brown spines held close, off-white flowers in spring

*Mammillaria luethyi clone M1 - #9751.1 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - offset grafted on Harrisia

*Mammillaria luethyi clone M2 - #9751.2 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - offset grafted on Harrisia

*Mammillaria luethyi clone M3 - #9751.3 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - offset grafted on Harrisia

*Mammillaria solisioides - #7340 - 2.25"pot - $6.00 - round stem becoming shortly columnar with age, dense yellow spines held close, rings of yellow flowers in winter

*Mammillaria spinosissima 'Unipico' crest - #9663 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - 1.5"-wide bright green crest with single erect glassy spine in each areole

*Notocactus scopa monstrose crest - #5756 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - 2"-wide dark green grafted fan dotted with small fuzzy white areoles, can have small yellow flowers when larger

*Ortegocactus macdougallii (clone #1) - #5589.1 - 3.25"potG-HJ - $10.00 - ~1" offsets grafted on Harrisia, uncommon monotypic genus from Oaxaca, MX, light green body, short black spines, yellow flowers

*Polaskia chichipe crest - #9803 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - 1.75"-wide light gray-green fan with .5"-long dark spines

*Pelecyphora aselliformis crest - #6959 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - .6"-wide fans of the Hatchet Cactus, eventually make a 2" convoluted mass

*Pelecyphora strobiliformis - #8110 - 3.25"potG-MG - $10.00 - grafted offset, dark green stem covered with scales a bit like a pine cone, bright pink flowers in the summer

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

*Rebutia krainziana - #9184 - 2.25"pot - $4.00 - low soft dark green stem with minute white spines, large orange to red flowers

*Stenocereus griseus 'Phil McCracken' - #8479 - 3.25"potG-SG - $10.00 - grafted offsets of this odd sport, lumpy gray stems with short or no spines

*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

*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 lausseri - #6774 - 1.25"+seedling - $5.00 - uncommon southern Thelocactus species, shortly columnar green stem with white radial spines and brown/black central spines, light pink flowers in spring

*Titanopsis primosii - #8237 - .75"plant - $4.00 - dwarf rosette of light blue-green leaves tipped with minute warts, yellow flowers

*Turbinicarpus pseudopectinatus crest clone #2 - #9758 - 3"potG-HJ - $10.00 - .5"-1"-wide fan with dense minute white spines held close

 

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