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Acanthorhipsalis monacantha (1 product)

Acanthorhipsalis monacantha is an epiphytic cactus of the Rhipsalis family with flattened or 3-angled waxy green stems that become pendant with age. Acanthorhipsalis monacantha has springtime flowers that are a bright, golden orange, unusual for


Agave victoria-reginae (1 product)

Agave victoria-reginae, native to Mexico, forms a dense rosette with dark green stiff leaves with white markings. Excellent in landscapes where a strong architectural form is desired. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright light to full sun.


Astrophytum ornatum (1 product)

Astrophytum ornatum, native to Mexico, is generally more heavily spined than other Astrophytums. The body can be dark green with very few silvery felty "scales", or can be densely covered so as to appear nearly white. Approximately 8 ribs; globular


Bolivicereus species

Bolivicereus species cristata (1 product)

Bolivicereus is a genus of cactus that are erect, slender columnars that become pendant with time. The type species is fast growing, with stems to 3' in length and densely covered in golden spines. Native to Bolivia. This is an unusual cristate form


Cereus forbesii

Cereus forbesii cristata (1 product)

Cereus forbesii cristata is an unusual form of what is normally a columnar cactus. This species forms ribbed, green stems with tan spines along the ribs. Clustering columnar to 6' or more in height. This is an unusual cristate form with green fan

Cereus forbesii monstrose

Cereus forbesii monstrose 'Ming Thing' (1 product)

Cereus 'Ming Thing' is a very attractive monstrose form of Cereus forbesii. Forms myriads of sculptural blue shapes with very short black spines and woolly areoles. Excellent for windowsill or dish garden culture. Prefers shade or filtered light.

Cereus monstrose

Cereus monstrose 'Mini' (1 product)

Cereus monstrose cv. 'Mini' forms myriads of "knobby" green shapes with tufty brown spines. Great windowsill plant. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright, filtered light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch.

Cereus monstrose Petra (1 product)

Cereus monstrose cv. 'Petra' is actually a form of Cereus monstrose 'Rojo'. The cultivar 'Petra' differs by having less red bristly spines and more soft white wool, with just an occasional red bristle. Can be used as a windowsill plant or on the


Chamaelobivia 'rose quartz' (1 product)

Chamaelobivia 'Rose Quartz' is a hybrid (genetic combination) between Chamaecereus ("Peanut Cactus") and Lobvia . This "peanut" cactus has an upright growth habit, offsetting and blooming profusely. Flowers are to 3" in diameter, rose-colored, and


Fenestraria aurantiaca (1 product)

Fenestraria or "Baby Toes" are very unusual plants from the deserts of South Africa. These plants belong to large family of Aizoaceae (synonymous with Mesembryanthemaceae), which includes plants known as "Mimicry" plants for their ability to


Lithops species (1 product)

The genus Lithop is in the family of Aizoaceae (synonymous with Mesembryanthemaceae), which also includes the various forms of plants known as "Ice Plants" and those known as "Mimicry Plants". Lithops are extremely succulent bilobes (up to 90%

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