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Euphorbia Polygona 'Snowflake'   Euphorbia Polygona 'Snowflake'

Euphorbia polygona is native to South Africa and forms a ribbed chunky columnar plant of glaucous grey-green and is heavily armed with spiny protuberances ("peduncles", otherwise known as persistent flower stalks). The cultivar 'Snowflake' is chalky white and has fewer spiny protuberances. Maroon flowers provide an amazing contrast. Active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Requires bright light for best appearance. Protect from frost.


Cereus Forbesii   Cereus Forbesii
Cereus Forbesii is a very attractive monstrose. It forms myriads of sculptural blue shapes with very short black spines and woolly areoles. Prefers shade or filtered light. Plant in a porous cactus soil with adequate drainage for best results. Prefers warmer temperatures during cold winter months. Protect from frost.


Mammillaria 'Red Headed Irishman'  

Mammillaria 'Red Headed Irishman'

Forms nice clumps of columns, densely spined with bright coppery red spines and gorgeous contrasting bright fuchsia-colored flowers.


Pseudoechinopsis 'Dominoe'   Pseudoechinopsis 'Dominoe'

Densly fuzzy, neat white aereoles are evenly spaced on deep ribs of a firm blue-green globe-shaped body looking like spots on dominos. Plant is very "Echinopsis-like" . Drought tolerant when established. Needs well-draining soil. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost to prevent possible scarring. Looks best with regular watering in hotter months. Bright light enhances flowering. Porous cactus soil with adequate drainage. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost. All plants are shipped well packaged, healthy, free of pests & diseases.This plant is grown with organic, pesticide-free methods. This is a gorgeous, healthy specimen, currently in a 4" pot.


mammillaria plumosa   Mammillaria Plumosa
From Northeastern Mexico (Coahuila and Southern Leon). Aka 'Feather Cactus', 'Feather Ball'. Grows in rock fissures in dense mounds. Beautiful feathery, wooly spines. Flowers have a strong, sweet scent.


neoporteria villosa   Neoporteria Villosa
From Huasco, Atacama, Chile. Heavy and constant bloomer with outstanding color. Large tuberose tap root.


notocactus leprosorum   Notocactus Leprosorum
Formerly known as Wigginsia langsdorfii, this cactus hails from Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The flowers are glossy lemon-yellow with a red pistil that makes the flowers really stand out. Easy to grow. Keep dry in winter.


notocactus roseiflorus   Notocactus Roseiflorus
Native to the Sierra Largo, Uruguay. Notocactus are almost always globose, elongating as they age, some species eventually reach 3 feet (90 cm).


notocactus uebelmannianus   Notocactus Uebelmannianus
Native to Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Stunning but endangered due to farming and grazing. Abundant blooms attract pollinators and hummingbirds.


notocactus buiningii   Notocactus Buiningii
Native to Utuguay and Southern Brazil. Very large, spectacular flowers. Easy to cultivate. Abundant blooms attract pollinators and hummingbirds.


stenocactus sp nova   Stenocactus sp nova

Striking wavy stem with long upward curved spines on this new variety. Very beautiful white flowers with dark pink midstripe. Easy to cultivate.



Turbinicarpus Jauernigii   Turbinicarpus Jauernigii

Plant found and collected in the spring of 1991, by cactus collector Johann Jauernig. Grows on on rocky hills north of Las Palomas, San Luis Potosí, Mexico. Low brown colored stem with thick taproot, Short black and white spines. Brownish flowers in winter.



Astrophytum Myriostigma 'Puff Bonnet'   Astrophytum Myriostigma 'Puff Bonnet'

Gorgeous grafted astrophytum myriostigma on harrissia jusbertii stock. Offsets grow from areoles as well as from between ribs making mounds of small heads. The yellow flowers are fertile.



canthocalycium glaucum   Acanthocalycium Glaucum

From Belen, Catamarca, Argentina. Winter grower. Tuberose root. Yellow, red and yellow or red flowers with orange centers. Highly attractive blue-grey with dark spines. Frost resistant up to -5 C if kept dry.


ferocactus gracilis ssp coloratus   Ferocactus Gracilis ssp Coloratus
Sought after barrel cactus native from Mexico to Baja, CA to Southern Nevada. Can withstand brief temps of -10 C in winter. The long, curly spines are outstanding in color. Flowers red or yellow with red mid-stripe.


gymnocalycium damsii v rotundum  

Gymnocalycium Damsii v Rotundum

from Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay. Forms large clusters and is very variable. It is colorful and very showy. It is a summer grower, easy for beginners and very rewarding.


gymnocalycium tillianum   Gymnocalycium Tillianum
From Argentina, Catamarca. Vibrant orange flowers that turn red as they age. Summer grower. Keep dry in winter. Can take brief -10 C temps.


Opuntia Vestita Cristata   Opuntia Vestita Cristata

Considered an Austrocylindropuntia, it is native to Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. The type species forms slender cylindrical stems covered densely with long white hairs. This is an unusual cristate that forms undulating fans covered with dense white hair. Cristate forms generally occur when injury occurs to the plant at a young age and the normal growing tip "goes crazy", creating fantastic whorls and fans. Protect from frost.