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Euphorbia thru Kalanchoe

RC = rooted cutting

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

Note: Euphorbia hybrid #2 grafting stock develops scars and corkiness. That does not affect the health or lifespan

EUPHORBIA bupleurifolia (LIMIT 3) (EUPHORBIACEAE) - #5370 - 1"stem - $8.00 - brown stem looks a bit like a pinecone topped with long green leaves, sexes on separate plants, these are just under flowering size

E. capsaintmariensis NEW (LIMIT 3) - #7035 - 3"pot - $10.00 - Madagascan species, dwarf shrublet with thick roots and thickened base, succulent dark green leaves with wavy edges, can make nice bonsai if grown hard

E. cylindrifolia v. tuberifera (LIMIT 5) - #8255 - 2"pot - $8.00 - Madagascan species, central caudex bears stems with pointed tubular gray-green leaves

E. hedyotoides - #9498 - 4"pot - $9.00 - Madagascan species, thin sparse bushy stems above ground with narrow green leaves from thick underground root, once a bit more mature the root can be raised for effect, however the root grows faster if buried

E. mammillaris variegate - #5418 - 3"pot - $7.00 - rooted cuttings, upright green "-thick green and white stems, forms clumps in time

E. obesa - 1"- 1"seedlings, Basketball Plant, almost extinct in habitat but common in cultivation, round green body becomes columnar with age, sexes on separate plants, which sometimes switch

        female plants - #5672 - $5.00

        male plants - #5673 - $5.00

E. symmetrica NEW (LIMIT 5) - #6795 - 1"seedling - $6.00 - considered a subspecies of E. obesa but has smoother skin, depressed ribs, stays lower and rounder, can offset with age and bears 3 cyathia per node, sexes on separate plants although these have not been sexed yet

FAUCARIA tuberculosa (AIZOACEAE) - #7895 - 2"pot - $4.00 - paired fleshy green leaves with teeth at margins, growths from warts to large carbuncles in upper faces of the leaves, large yellow flowers

FICUS petiolaris (MORACEAE) - #5678 - 3"pot - $8.00 - Rock Fig, dark green heart-shaped leaves with red veins, swelling yellow-barked base can be planted over a rock for effect, will drop its leaves if kept too dry

FOCKEA edulis (APOCYNACEAE) - #7062 - 3"pot - $8.00 - vining stems with green leaves from warty white tuberous caudex which can grow quite large in time, making an attractive specimen

FOUQUIERIA columnaris (FOUQUIERIACEAE) - #6743 - 2"pot - $5.00 - Boojum Tree (= Idria columnaris) largest member of the family/genus, mostly from Baja California, often solitary white trunk grows more than 50' tall, thin spiny side branches with deciduous light green leaves

F. diguettii - #9490 - 3"pot - $7.00 - seedlings of this widespread Ocotillo relative from Southern Baja, coastal Sonora, and coastal Sinaloa, makes large spiny bush, red flowers

F. formosa - #9652 - 3"pot - $8.00 - tree Ocotillo from central to southern Mexico, green-brown stems with shiny dark green leaves

F. macdougalii - #7898.3 - 3"pot - $7.00 - Tree Ocotillo from Sonora Mex, brown and green bark, light green leaves, sprays of red flowers when mature

F. purpusii - #8680 - 12"-18"tall with "-" thick caudex - $35.00 - from Oaxaca MX, conical green and red-brown caudex, grows to 15' tall, narrow green leaves

FRITHIA pulchra (AIZOACEAE) - #6952 - 2"pot - $4.00 - rosettes of soft rough green leaves with windowed tips, large pink flowers with yellow and white center, just flowering size

*xGASTERALOE 'Green Ice' (XANTHORRHOEACEAE) - #9188 - 3"pot - $7.00 - pretty hybrid of Aloe variegata and Gasteria, chunky upright leaves mottled green and gray-green, rosettes can grow to 6" or more and clusters can fill an 8" pot

*GASTERIA 'Silver Fuji' (XANTHORRHOEACEAE) - #9150 - 3"pot - $7.00 - thick silvery gray-green leaves sometimes with a bit of purple, occasionally throws a normal offset

*GRAPTOPETALUM bellum (CRASSULACEAE) - #5667 - 2"pot - $4.00 - low green rosettes cluster sparingly when mature, bright pink flowers in spring

*G. rusbyi - #9535 - 3"pot - $7.00 - Arizona native, rosettes of green leaves cluster to fill 6" pots, branching stalks bear flowers speckled with red

HAWORTHIA attenuata 'Hakucho' (XANTHORRHOEACEAE) - #8371 - 2"pot - $5.00 - thin green leaves with faint yellow striping, raised white bumps, makes large clusters

H. magnifica v. major - #7133 - 2"pot - $5.00 - dark green leaves frosted with fine white bumps, windowed tips with white markings, rosettes of ~2" will cluster slowly

H. 'Manda's hybrid' - #7179 - 2"pot - $5.00 - bright green pointed leaves make 2"-wide rosettes, makes 6" clusters with time

H. mirabilis v. calcarea - #8094 - 2"pot - $5.00 - rosettes to almost 3", will form larger clusters, short upright leaves with small teeth on edges, purplish in bright light

H. mirabilis v. mirabilis - #7141 - 2"pot - $5.00 - (= H. mundula) dark green windowed leaves form densely clustering rosettes

H. maughanii x. H. truncata - #7139 - 2"pot - $5.00 - old hybrid, rough windowed leaves are brown in high light, forms nice clusters

*H. resendeana - #7153 - 3"pot - $7.00 - short stout pointed dark green leaves form upright stems that will cluster from the base

H. retusa fma. geraldii - #7157 - 2"pot - $5.00 - heavy dark green leaves with flat windowed top, makes large clusters

IBERVILLEA sonorae "peninsulae" (CUCURBITACEAE) - #7191 - 3"pot - $7.00 - this line originally from Baja, CA, forms conical caudex, vining stems with heart-shaped rough light green leaves, sexes on separate plants, small yellow flowers, red fruit

I. tenuisecta - #9690 - 2"pot - $6.00 - from Cochise Co., AZ, underground white-skinned caudex from annual vines bearing heavily dissected green leaves, small yellow flowers and small red fruit, sexes on separate plants, cultivated specimens develop more interesting shapes than the disc shape of wild plants

IDRIA columnaris - SEE FOUQUIERIA columnaris

*JACARATIA corumbensis (CARICAEAE) - #5828 - 4"pot - $9.00 - caudiciform papaya, forms a bush or small tree with brown bark, thick roots can be raised, shiny green leaves, sexes on separate plants, odd inedible fruit on female plants

KALANCHOE synsepala #2 (CRASSULACEAE) - #9302 - 3"pot - $7.00 - gray-green leaves with wavy toothed edges

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

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