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All of our plants are seed grown or cutting propagated and true to heirloom variety. All plants are grown with no chemical pesticides or fertilizers. All soil amendments used have veganic, nutrient and mineral rich content. We encourage the re-mineralization and addition of beneficial veganic composts to give beauty and vitality to your plants and prevent soil depletion.

Plants are shipped bare root and well packaged to ensure optimal condition in transit.

We look forward to growing and expanding our variety and selection for you! Please do contact us if you are looking for specific plants or larger quantities. We also carry a variety of Echeveria, Euphorbia, Crassulas, Lithops and other succulents not yet listed.

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Bilbergia Nutans - aka Queens Tears or Friendship Plant

Billbergia nutans, or Queen's-tears, is an epiphytic bromeliad native to Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina. This member of the Bromeliaceae family is one of the most exotic, unusual plants you can grow indoors...and one of the most striking. For some reason, Queen's Tears is not as easy to find in nurseries as its bromeliad relatives. Expect stunning flowers in spring when the plant reaches maturity, usually in 2-3 years. The flowers are pink, purple, yellow or green and are surrounded by red or pink bracts.


Limited Supply - $19.00


Endangered Melocactus Azureus - Stunning Brazilian Blue Cactus! Active

Melocactus azureus is native to central, northern, and eastern Brazil at altitudes of 450-800 meters above sea level. This species has a small range and is only in low-lying outcrops of limestone. It occurs in fragmented populations. A major threat to the species is habitat loss die to agriculture; the vegetation is destroyed when the surrounding Caatinga forest is cleared causing a decline of the wild populations. Also called Turk's cap cactus, it develops a tall Cephalium or cap. The magenta flowers grow out of it in spring to late fall.

Limited Supply - $15.00 each


Turbinicarpus Saueri ssp Ysabelae

T. Saueri ssp Ysabelae grows near Tula San Luis de Potosi, Rancho el Vergel. The wild population is less than 250 individuals confined to a single location less than 1 km (100x200 m), where it continues to decline as a result of illegal collecting. This one is a seed grown. This is a small cactus and is relatively easy to cultivate. Requires full sun and careful watering to keep plant compact and low.

Limited Supply - $21.00 each

Albuca bracteata -Pregnant Onion, False Sea Onion, and Sea-Onion

Albuca Bracteata is often found in collections of succulent enthusiast due to its gorgeous, exposed, green - translucent bulbs and the interesting little bulblets it produces that make it appear pregnant and give rise to new plants. The leaves are strap like and the flower spikes are adorned with white, aromatic flowers with green central stripes. This one ships bare root with the root ball carefully protected.

$15.00 each



Agave Angustifolia Marginata Variegata - Dramatic Statement in your Landscape or Pot

Agave Angustifolia Marginata Variegata is native to tropical Costa Rica and Mexico. These are great agaves for containers because of their smaller size, They need filtered light or very high interior lighting. Plants should be watered and allowed to dry before watering again. These agaves have softer leaves than most varieties and the color is a blue-green with cream colored margins. It is used to make mezcal (tequila), rope, food, soap and other products are also made from the fibers and pulp.

$17.00 each

Astrophytum Capricorne v Niveum - threatened and rare in nature

This one hails from the Desert of Chihuahua at an altitude of about 600 m among the impenetrable Mesquite woodland (spiny bushes). The variety "Niveum" is the more northern of the Capricornes (Latitude 27degrees North). This variety was discovered in 1930. This species is threatened and rare in nature. The epidermis is densely covered with white flecks that give the plant a furry look. The hairy scales are pure white also in the new growth. The flower is a vibrant, sunny yellow with a red or orange throat. Regarded as a choice plant in cultivation it is relatively easy to grow. Use mineral well draining soil mix. Water sparingly from March till October and then keep perfectly dry.

$19.00 each



Haworthia Venosa sub. Tessellata

Haworthia venosa sub. Tessellata is the only Haworthia that grows in Namibia. The leaves are fleshy, firm in texture, broadly triangular, strongly re-curved, brownish to green. Provide medium light and avoid direct sun. If you give it right amount of sun light, the nice markings will be more visible and plants more attractive.



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Notocactus Uebelmannianus

Notocactus Uebelmannianus is a globular cactus from Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul) with a shiny deep green skin. Spines are appressed (recurving toward body). One of the few cacti with beautiful rich royal purple flowers. Flowers to 3" in diameter.

Notocactus Uebelmannianus - $9.00



Notocactus Rutilans

Native to Sierra Largo, from near the Brazilian border of Uruguay, Notocactus or Parodia Rutilans is a small-growing, usually solitary, cactus. The numerous stiff, sharp spines are a variety of colors and the centrals are reddish-brown. The flowers are very showy, 5 cm long, with much white wool along the tubes, and translucent petals, salmon to vibrant-red shading to orange - yellow in the center. The plants are very free-flowering and self- fertile producing many seeds.

Limited Availability- 15.00

Turbinicarpus Saueri ssp Septentrionalis - Rarely Available


Turb Saueri ssp Septentrionalis is a small cactus from Nuevo Leon (Northeast Mexico), at El Salitre, 760m, a valley north of Monterrey on the way to Bustamante. The underground part of the stem merges with the root forming a thick conical or turnip-like rootstock. Almost cylindrical at the young stage, later it becomes enlarged and branched. The bloom is white with prominent violet mid-stripe.

Limited Supply - $21.00



Mammillaria Plumosa


Mammillaria Plumosa hails from Coahuila and Nuevo Leon. Mexico. It grows on limestone cliffs in sparse xerophytic shrubland, there is continuing decline due to ongoing collection, but the number of locations probably exceeds ten and the population is not likely to be severely fragmented. The species is illegally collected for the ornamental trade. This ia a gorgeous, seed-grown beauty.

Limited Supply - $12.00



Haworthia cv Concolor

Haworthia attenuata 'Concolor': A distinctive plant with an elegant form and patterning. Thought by some to be a cultivar of H. attenuata var. glabrata, 'Concolor' has notably long, slender leaves that are speckled with lots of tiny white dots. The foliage can shade between lime and dark green and has a bumpy texture. This one has been exposed to bright light and has developed gorgeous red tones. This is a very well rooted offset of my parent plant. In no time this one will cluster and form gorgeous offsets that you can remove, propagate and share with fellow enthusiasts or friends. If you are into hybridizing different Haworthia varieties, this one has very pronounced and intriguing patterns and leaves.

Limited Supply - $7.50

Haworthia Truncata x Haworthia Maughanii - Gorgeous hybrid!

This is a beautiful Haworthia Truncata x Haworthia Maughanii hybrid! Will offset very well.

$9.00 each

Agave Americana Variegata

Agave Americana Variegata

(Variegated Century Plant) - This large plant can be dramatic in the landscape with yellow-green flowers that attract hummingbirds. Large rosette-forming succulent to 5 to 6 feet tall by 6 to 8 feet wide with upright slightly wavy gray-green leaves that have strong cream to yellow margins. Plant in full sun. Irrigate occasionally.

Cold hardy to 15 degrees F or less.

Youg robust plant - $9.00


Lobivia Heamatantha v Amblayensis - Flower is a real eye catcher!

Primarily grown for its large, showy and amazing flowers, this is a summer grower species that offers no cultivation difficulties. Water regularly in summer (but do not over-water ) needs good drainage and very porous soil. Keep rather dry in winter. This one hails from Amblayo, Salta, Argentina.

Limited Supply $15.00

Scarce and Endangered Turbinicarpus Saueri ssp Ysabelae

Turbinicarpus Saueri ssp Ysabelae hails from Mexico (Tamaulipas) It grows near Tula San Luis de Potosi, Rancho el Vergel. The wild population is less than 250 individuals confined to a single location less than 1 km (100x200 m), where it continues to decline as a result of illegal collecting. This is a small cactus and is relatively easy to cultivate. Requires full sun and careful watering to keep plant compact and low.

Very Limited Supply - $21.00

Echinocereus Reichenbachii ssp Pailianus - Rare Variety, Seldom Available

This species is distributed in Mexico (Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas). Initially upright with a balloon-shaped green stem, densely wrapped with short orangish spines and stunning tricolored flower - pink then white followed by a deep red center. A great Echinocereus variety for any collection.

Limited Supply - $18.00

Gasteria cv. Little Warty - a cross between Gasteria batesiana and Gasteria "Old Man Silver"

Gasteriamania! Collectors everywhere are turning their attention to these beautiful, drought tolerant plant that were overlooked for several years. The bulk of the species come from the Eastern Cape. The cliff-dwelling species come from the Western Cape. Gasteria "Little Warty"can be quite beautiful when it is well-taken care off. This succulent type needs less watering than other succulents. The watering method is very important to keep your Little Warty healthy. It should not sit on the water, and an excess amount of water should be avoided. It flowers too! Beautiful!!

$5.99 each

Agave Potatorum Kichiokan Marginata

Agave Marginata or "Kissho Kan" is highly sought after. Grow in full sun to light shade in hot climates. I grow these in filtered light. "Kissho Kan" translates to "lucky crown" or "happy crown" . Healthy, robust specimen (outgrowing 3 inch pot) with great, strong roots. Shipped bare root and well packaged. Limited Supply.

$23.00 each


Euphorbia Symmetrica - A Must in Any Collection!

Euphorbia Symmetrica comes from South Africa (Cape Province: Willowmore, Beaufort W.). This plant can look nearly identical to Euphorbia obesa, but rounder, flatter and not growing as tall (dimension up to 6 cm , 8 cm diameter; 8 to 10-sided) It has usually more, somewhat different, markings. The flowers are also more numerous with several from each point of origin, it has as well a distinctive long taproot. Euphorbia symmetrica became a subspecies under Euphorbia obesa. These species are closely related and for an outsider its very difficult to distinguish them. It is propagated from seed sown during spring or summer.


Limited Availability- 17.00


Sarcaulon Crassicaule - Great for Bonsai

Sarcaulon Crassicaule hails from Namibia and Republic of South Africa (Northern and western Cape). It grows in the a bushy and dry semi-desert area usually in rocky places in gravel and on outcrops of weathered quartzite. It will drop it's leaves readily during drought periods and leaf and flower when water is available. The plant resembles a small tree and is very suitable for bonsai but always an attractive plant. It is relatively easily grown species, very suitable for bonsai. Seed-grown plants thrive and flower prolifically in cultivation. They require direct sunlight when in full growth, while a filtered exposition is best during the hottest period of summer, when the plants enter in their dormancy phase. They need to be regularly watered every 6 to 10 days during active growth and producing leaves, occasionally during dormancy. As soon as the foliage starts to show signs of yellowing or withering, water should be withheld. This one is seed grown from South African seeds. .


Limited Availability- 19.00
















Aloinopsis Rosulata

Bring Sunshine and Cheer into Your Home !! Aloinopsis rosulata is a gorgeous species of succulent plant, endemic to the Eastern Cape and Western Cape, South Africa (Beaufort West to Willowmore and Steytlerville). It is a winter-grower, and produces a thick, pronounced tuber which can be raised for effect. Aloinopsis rosulata goes by the common name “Acaulon rosulatum”. The shape resembles a tongue as it is elongated, flat, and wide. The plant belongs to the family of Aizoaceae. This summer-dormant plant can grow up to a height of 4 inches.

Limited Supply - $15.00



Gymnocalycium Horridispinum - A Showstopper

Gymnocalycium monvillei subs. horridispinum comes from Salcasate in the Cordoba province of Argentina and was first described by Gerhart Frank in 1963. It is rare. It is a very distinctive (usually) solitary geophytic cactus. It is recognizable at a glance, due to its strong, outstanding spine formation, and is among the few gymnocalycium species which can be fairly reliably identified from their general appearance. The flowers are very showy, around the apex, funnel-shaped, they are some of the largest in this genus 6-7 cm long and wide.

Limited Supply - $17.00




Cheery, colorful A. Telephiastrum Variegata - Sunrise

Anacampseros Telephiastrum Variegata ‘Sunrise’ - Colorful & Great in Hanging Baskets! This variegated succulent has vibrant pigments of hot pink and apple green leaves that will accent any planting. As the rosettes grow, they can creep outwards as a mat in rock gardens, or in container gardens it trails over the edge. It is native to the rocky slopes of South Africa where it spreads as a ground cover. Flowers are a bright, dark pink.

Limited Supply - $5.50




Haworthia Marumiana

Haworthia Marumiana is native to the Western Cape and Eastern Cape of South Africa, from roughly Beaufort West to Sterkstroom. It has tapered olive-green leaves which have lighter colored marginal spines and a translucent quality with linear pale green reticulation, especially near their ends. This variety can grow easily on window sills, verandas and in miniature succulent gardens where they are happy to share their habitat with other smaller succulent plants, or in outdoor rockeries. Haworthias are winter growers and are dormant in the hottest summer months.

Limited Supply - $7.00 each


Toothy Haworthia Hybrid

This is an unusual, toothy hybrid offset from my parent plant. Uncertain of the genetics - but very beautiful and a great addition to your Haworthia collection! Ships out bare root & well packaged.

Limited Supply - $20.00 each


echinocereus triglodatus white sands

Echinocereus Triglochidiatus Laguna - Stunning Claret Cup Cactus

Echinocereus Triglochidiatus Laguna - kingcup cactus, claretcup, and Mojave mound cactus. This variety named after the Laguna tribe who used it as a food source. Selling a young seed grown plant approx. 4 - 5 inches tall. This is one of the fastest growing and most spectacular of any claret cup cactus. The robust, stoutly-spined stems are topped with striking orange-red flowers in late spring .

$15.00 each



leuchtenbergia principis

Echinocereus rigidissimus v rubrispinus - Rare Beauty!

Echinocereus rigidissimus rubrispinus aka rainbow hedgehog cactus is one of the most visually appealing cacti. Beautiful deep rose flowers to 4" in diameter with white centers appear in late spring. The beauty of the spines is a real show-stopper. Echinocereus rigidissimus rubrispinus requires well draining cactus soil A beautiful and rare species well worth the careful culture required for a healthy specimen.

$11.00 each

Turbinicarpus Saueri ssp Nieblae - Sierra San Carlos - Rarely Offered!

Turbinicarpus Saueri ssp Nieblae Sierra San Carlos is a small cactus with a thick taproot and beautiful flowers (white with a pink to dark violet midvein). This one is found north of Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico (it is the only Turbinicarpus know that grows out of the Sierra Madre Oriental). This one is seed grown.

Limited Supply $17.00 each


STEVEN HAMMER Haworthias -

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STEVEN HAMMER Haworthias - All Gorgeous!

The exceptionton to our home-grown plants. These were obtained from Steven Hammer's collection. All different one of a kind cultivars ...Only 21 remaining - alll distinct - all unique and collectable. Amazing for cross pollination .

$14 each. Randomly Picked Beauty







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