Grigsby Cactus Gardens
"GROWING PLANTS FOR YOU SINCE 1965"

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SUCCULENTS

(Updated December 2017)

ABROMEITIELLA
BREVIFOLIAA petite, tiny Bromeliad with 1" heads. It has long green flowers in winter. 3" clumps (6-8 heads).$7.50
ADENIUM
ARABICUMSuper nice, fat trunk caudex on these plants. They are 6"-7" tall with trunks 1"-2" wide. The flowers are pink. Very well branched plants.$13.50
OBESUM Red flowered formSuper nice plants with big red flowers. Keep it a bit dry in winter. These are seedlings most with branches. 6"-7" tall with apx. 1" base caudex.$8.50
ADROMISCHUS
MAXIMUSThis plant produces leaves up to 5" long and 2" wide. Too fragile to ship plants so we are offering unrooted leaves. Easy to root and will produce nice plants. Two unrooted leaves.$4.00
AEONIUM
SEDIFOLIUMFat, roundish leaves with a green edge cluster in tight bunches on this plant. Very nice 3"-4", 6-8 headed plants.$5.00
"ZWARTKOP"Means "black head" referring to the black leaves that make this such a beautiful plant. Unlike A. atropurpurea it does not turn green. 6"-8" rosettes.$5.00
AGAVE
AMERICANA var. MEDIO-PICTA ALBAStiff grey colored leaves with bright white mid-stripe. Maximum size for adult is 22"-24". Not common - certainly beautiful! 5"-6". LIMITED.$7.00
HUACHUCENSISWide, pale grey leaves with small black "teeth" along the edge. Full sized plant has "cupped" leaves and is approximately 14" in diameter. These plants are 5" in diameter full rosettes.$14.50
LEOPOLDII IIVery narrow leaves have white curling "string" edges and are decorated with white markings. Looks like a bridal bouquet! 6"+ mature plants.$6.50
LOPHANTHA VARIEGATEThe colors on this beautiful plant are bright and intense. The long narrow leaf is edged with tiny red "teeth". Two bright yellow stripes down the two edges, then a dark green stripe on each side of a lime green center stripe. Maximum size 12"-14". Nice small 5" plants.$6.00
PARVIFLORASmall growing plant, 6" maximum size. Slender leaves with white markings and white, curled "hairs" along the edge. 4" plants.$8.00
TOUMEYANA var. BELLAThis is a beautiful small growing Agave (maximum size is about 6"). It has very thin leaves in a dense rosette. Each leaf is well striped in white lines and has curled white "threads" on the edge. Nice 4" plants.$8.00
VERSCHAFFELTII "DWARF"A miniature plant, seldom more than 4" across. 2" x 2" leaves are thick and a pretty frosty green in color. Offsets freely to form a hemispherical mound of heads. Chubby 3"-4".$6.00
VICTORIAE-REGINAE forma COMPACTABeautiful, compact form with shorter, broader leaves than the species and thicker, white markings. Plants propagated vegetatively from clones selected for excellent white markings. Nice plants with 4"-4" full rosette.$6.00
VICTORIAE-REGINAE VARIEGATEHandsome form of this popular plant. Two yellow stripes edge the green leaf in addition to the normal white line. Medium plants, 4" rosettes.$12.50
ALBUCA
setota (Augnables Hills)Miniature African bulb with hairlike leaves with a corkscrew on the tip. Bunches of white flowers with a green stripe and a bright yellow tip. Multi-bulb plant.$5.00
ALLUAUDIA
All members of this family are more woody than succulent. Water or you will kill them! Keep above 500F.
MONTAGNACIIThe most beautiful of the genus with closely spaced silver thorns and dark, green, notched leaves. 6"-7" RC.$12.50
ALOE
The smaller Madagascar species are best for pot culture. Keep above 550F in winter. Lots of flowers if given enough water. Most of the larger species are best in the ground in frost free areas. The root systems for both are huge and require re-potting often or a big pot. We trim the brown roots back about the bulk. The plant doesn't need them in a pot as only the new white roots feed it. Several good books are available to determine which grow in winter and which grow in summer.
ALBIFLORAPropagated from material collected in Madagascar by Dr. W. Rauh. A graceful, small growing plant with long slender, dark green, speckled leaves in an upright rosette. The bell shaped flowers are white, an uncommon color for Aloes. These adult plants are full rosettes of 5"-6" leaves.$8.00
BELLATULASmall growing plant from Madagascar. Maximum size 6". Slender, dark green leaves with scattered white flecks. Robust clone. 4"-5" rosettes.$8.00
DELTOIDEODANTAPretty plant from Madagascar. Short fat blue leaves with soft whie "teeth". Maximum size is 10". Nice medium size plants approximately 5"-6" rosettes.$8.00
x "DORIAN BLACK"Super hybrid by Dick Wright. Mostly pale white-green with dark green peeking out between the tooth-like white ridges on the leaf surface and edge. Very different. Nice 4" rosettes.$5.50
"FRECKLES"Short plant with coral flowers and very wide, white spotted leaves. Full grown at 6"-7". These plants have 4"-6" rosettes.$5.00
GLAUCALives up to name, has a nice blue color. Chubby short leaves in a roette. 5"-6" plants.$9.50
PLICATILISWe finally have more of this unusual Aloe with a fan of flat, blue grey leaves. Hefty seed grown plants 8" with 6-8 leaves.$10.00
SABAEAA different Aloe from Arabia. The leaves are a soft lime green and hang down gracefully from the head. This is a tree Aloe so it needs space. The flowers are a soft orange. These young plants are 6"-8" tall.$6.50
ASTROLOBA
BICARINATA (aka: HAWORTHIA)Hard, upright leaves in a column. Propagated from material field collected at Mattesfontain, Little Karoo. Wite "pearls" dot leaves. 3"-4" plants.$10.00
BEAUCARNEA
RECURVATAThis old time favorite is often called the "Pony Tail Palm". The slim trunk above a chubby caudex base produces a tuft of long curved green leaves. Plants with 2" base.$8.00
BOMBAX
ELLIPTICUMLarge leaves and a green striped, caudex-like trunk. Flowers like a shaving brush. Neat! 6"-7" seedlings with 1"+ base.$7.00
BOWIEA
NANASimilar to the "Pregnant Onion" but has a denser, slightly thicker vine. Bulb will dichotomize (split) into more bulbs. Seed grown. Nice 1"+ bulb.$4.50
BURSERA
Most of the woody Baja California plants don't have a growing season! They grow when water and food are available and stop when too dry or hot. This includes Pachycormus and Idrias (Fouquierias). Keep trimmed to develop trunk and improve appearance. Treat like a tree, not a succulent!
FAGAROIDESYoung plants with approximately " wide trunk. 8" tall.$10.00
MICROPHYLLATiny leaves and a spicy aroma make this an interesting plant. The tree-like stem is reddish. Great for bonsai. Young 8"-10" seed grown plants.$11.50
CALIBANUS
HOOKERI3 year old with 1" base.$5.00
CHORISIA
INSIGNISA very spiny tree of the Bombax family with big 5" yellow/white flowers. The 25 foot tree that is the mother of these plants has 3" cone shaped spines all over the trunk and branches. These seedlings have a nice apx. 1" wide caudex. Plant 8"-10" tall.$6.50
COMMIFERA
HUMBERTIIThis interesting African plant forms a short caudex trunk, wide at the top and narrow at the base. Very like an overeight baseball bat. The branches grow out of the top of the caudex. These seed grown plants have a 1" wide x 3" tall trunk and are trimmed at 10".$18.50
COTYLEDON
BUCHHOLZIANAUnusual and beautiful form of this stout, leafless, silver stemmed, copper tipped clone. 3" branched RC.$6.50
LADISMITHENSIS VARIEGATEFuzzy green and yellow striped leaves. Easy to grow and beautiful. 3" branched plants.$5.00
SINUS-ALEXANDRISmall plant with small, fat, elliptical leaves on a grey stem. Multi-branched 3"-4" plants.$5.00
STRIATAPropagated from material field collected at Dorinbo, South Africa. Tall stem topped with round leaves. Multi-branched plant.$5.00
CRASSULA
ARGENTEA "PYGMAE JADE"The red edged, bright green leaves and plant are half the size of regular "Jade". Nice 3"-4" offsetting plants.$4.00
COLUMNELLASmall growing plant with " square stems of tightly packed light green leaves. Flushes orange in bright light. These are very well branched (4-6), apx. 2 "-3" plants.$6.00
GOLLUM "DWARF"Smaller than normal form of this strange monstrose plant. Leaves are cupped at the tip. Great red color when grown in enough light. Nice 6" plants, well branched.$4.50
CYPHOSTEMMA
JUTTAE cv.Small seed grown plants of this large growing genera. These plants are 9"-10" tall (including leaves) with a 1"+ to 2" wide trunk caudex.$10.00
DIDIEREA
TROLLIIWonderful Madagascan plant with leaves and spines the same length. Forms tree in habitat but can be trimmed to keep in a pot. 7"+ rooted cuttings. LIMITED.$8.50
DIOSCOREA
ELEPHANTIPESGrown from our seed, these 7-8 year old plants have a 2"-3"+ caudex and the typical branched vine with small heart shaped leaves. Warning! Be sure you plant the caudex at least " into the soil. The new roots come out of the side of the plant. These are still young plants so water well once a week when in vine. Water amount once a week if/when plant goes dormant. LIMITED.$39.50
DRIMIA
HAWORTHIOIDESA fabulous lily-like species with scaled lily-type bulb. Summer dormant. Removed scales will root and grow new plants. Leaves and flower spike simulate a Haworthia. 2"-3" multiscaled bulbs.$4.50
DUDLEYA
ATTENUATA var. ORCUTTIISlender, white, round leaves form a neat rosette. Not common. Nice 4" plants.$5.00
DYCKIA
CHORISTAMINEADense rosettes of narrow, toothy, silver green leaves. Flowers are a surprising bright, chrome yellow. Very nice 6"+ plants, most offsetting.$6.00
ERYTHRINA
HUMEANA var. "RAJA"Many of you have seen this "Coral Tree" with its 3 foot x 2 foot caudex here at the nursery. The caudex grows fast and the plant will produce dark red flowers when very young. These 4 year old seedlings have a 1"+ wide caudex. Very good for bonsai.$11.00
EULOPHIA
These are terrestrial ORCHIDS. You grow them like an Aloe or an Euphorbia. They are from the grasslands of Kenya and look best if given a little shade. Requires a large pot if you want to see flowers. Never let them get dry and keep above 500F.
CALLICHROMAThis ORCHID is from the grasslands of Kenya where it grows in elephant grass. The pleated bulb has long lax leaves and a 3-4 FOOT, branched flower stalk with about a hundred small purple orchid flowers. It is a cloud of flowers! Nice multibulb plants. LIMITED.$22.50
PANICULATA (Oecgoclades calcarata)Short, wide, pleated, shiny green pseudo-bulbs. 12"-15" narrow, black-green leaves edged with white spots. 3-5 foot flower stalk with many 2" chartreuse and purple flowers. One pseudo-bulb.$18.50
PETERSIIPseudo-bulb is topped with very stiff 6"-7" leaves. Flower stalk is 5-7 feet tall, branched and covered with hundreds of 1" orchid flowers. Really neat!
TWO (OR MORE) PSUEDO-BULBS: 4"-5" tall, topped with rigid 6"-7" leaves. Plants 12"-14" tall.$24.00 plus $2.00
ONE PSEUDO-BULB:$12.50
EUPHORBIA
This group of plants is from almost anywhere you want to name. The culture varies a lot and you should do a little reading to determine what each species prefers. The Euphorbia Journal (all 11 volumes) by Strawberry Press is the best place to start.
AERUGINOSA MINORFour angled stems in a lovely blue color with bright copper colored spine shields. 4" well branched.$6.00
AMMAK VARIEGATEExciting plant. The 4"-5" diameter stem is shaded ivory yellow with pale green. The four deep wavy ribs are edged with small spines. 8"-10".$12.50
ANGUSTIFOLIANarrow bluish-green, " stems with an undulating rib edge. Offsets from the base. These are 5"-6" branched plants.$5.50
ATROPURPUREAHandsome plant from the Canary Islands. The thick stalk is topped with 2"-3" lanceolate bluish leaves. The large flower umble is a beautiful dark maroon color. 6"-8" plants. Summer dormant.$6.00
BAIOENSISBlue body with small spines in neat rows. Branches from base like a fountain. Easy to grow. Nice rooted cuts. 6" branched plants.$5.50
BEHARENSISThin stemmed, spiny bush from Madagascar. Strange green, pointed flowers. Nice 6" branched plants.$6.00
COERULESCENSA hefty, thick, no nonsense plant with wide grey, contiguous spine shields up the undulating ribs. Blue-grey body is very stout. Good for the garden in frost free areas. Nice 6" RC.$5.50
CYLINDRIFOLIAMiniature Madagascan plant with long round, almost black leaves with a tiny furrow down the center. The stems lay nearly flat along the ground. 3" well branched.$5.00
DECARYI DECARYIThis scarce and unique large form has large crinkle edged leaves and up to 1" thick stems. Handsome 3"-4"+ well branched plants.$6.50
DECARYI var. SPIROSTICHABeautiful variety with flat crinkled leaves with a rolled edge and a nice spiral pattern on the trunk. Very nice big plants. 4"-5" multibranched.$6.00
DIDIERIOIDESThick, spiny, 1" diameter stem topped with bright green leaves. Big umbels of red flowers. Branches from the base. Hefty 6"-8" plants.$6.50
EXCELSA (formerly Euphorbia sp. "Tree")This plant has upright 1" square stems neatly edged with short copper-brown prickles. These rooted cuts are 6" and nicely branched$8.00
FRUTICOSA BLUE FORMPropagated from material collected by John Lavranos in Yemen. Thick 2"+ diameter body, columnar with small paired spines on ribs. Pretty blue/green color. Flowers are 2 colors of yellow and appear in threes. Stout 2"-3" rooted cuts.$6.50
GREENWAYIWonderful blue form. It is one of the most exciting Euphorbias! The " square stems bear unusual bright pink flowers. Nice 5"-6" branched plants.$5.50
KIBWEZENSIS CRESTInteresting crested form of this plant from Kenya. This is the wide, heavy form not the thin form normally seen. Deeply pleated and edged with small spines. Thick 4"-5".$8.00
KNUTHIIDramatic plant with a multi-legged, brown bark, root caudex. " branches have an undulating rib and a pretty pattern in 2 shades of green. 7"-8", branched, six year old plants with 3"+ caudex.$14.50
LACTEA CREST (GREEN)Great old favorite. White markings on a twisted and crested green body. 4"-5".$5.50
LACTEA VARIEGATE CRESTBeautiful white body with an undercast of green. Pink growth-line. A striking, beautiful crest. Nice big 3"-4" folded crest.$9.00
LEUCODENDRONBranched, round and spineless stems have black "polka dots". From Madagascar. 6"-8" multibranched.$6.50
MAKALLENSISSquare, 1" stems form a many, many headed hemisphere plant. Palge green with yellow flowers. Nice 4" branched plants.$7.50
MILII var. IMPERATAEMiniature form of this plant from Madagascar. Makes a small bush about 8" wide and tall. Lots of red flowers. Nice 4"-6" branched plants.$5.50
MILLOTTIIFrom N. Madagascar. Spineless round stem topped with green leaves with a red underside. Chartreuse flowers. Very nice 4" plants.$7.00
PETRICOLACute little dwarf plant from Kenya. Looks like a fountain and forms a root caudex. 4"-5" branched.$5.00
PSEUDOCACTUSFavorite old species. Easy to grow. 2" wide undulating stems have a nice multi-green pattern. 10" plants.$6.00
RESINIFERASquare 1"+ diameter stems with small prickles on edge of ribs. Easy to grow. Makes a large hemispherical mound. 4"-5" branched root cuts.$6.00
RICHARDSIAE var. RICHARDSIAEInteresting small plant from Malawi with " stems and " leaves and beautiful red-purple flowers. 4"-5" branched.$4.50
ROWLANDIIRare plant from a very small area in Africa. The rippled 1" wide stems have ribs edged with contingious white spine shields. These rooted cuts are 5"-6" tall. LIMITED.$7.00
SUBMAMMILLARIS MONSTROSEA jillion tiny heads in a neat cluster make this a fun plant to grow. It will fill a pot very quickly. These plants are 3" wide with 30-40 heads.$5.50
FENESTRARIA
"BABY TOES"Attractive, like clusters of little toes. The ends have "windows" which let light inside the leaf to the food making cells. White or yellow flowers. Nice 2"+ clumps.$4.50
FOCKEA
CRISPAThe name refers to the curled, wavy edges on the pointed leaves. The older the plant and the more light, the more curl to the leaves. Makes a big warty caudex. Seed grown plants.
A: LARGE: Nine year old plants with fat, sassy caudex apx. 2" to 3" wide x 5"-7" long. LIMITED.$19.50
B: SMALL: Plants with 1" wide x apx. 4" long caudex.$6.00
EDULISExcellent seed grown plants with a rough, knobby caudex, vining branches and broad, flat, rounded leaves. Super good plants with BIG root-caudex. 2"-3" wide x 5"-6" long.$14.50
FOUQUIERIA
McDOUGALLIITall plant branching from large base. Lots of long red flowers. Nice seed grown 4"-6" plants.$7.00
GASTERALOE
"GREEN ICE"Thick, frosty-pale-ice green, triangular leaves have an overlay of irregular stripes and specks of dark green. The flower is frosty-orange with a green and yellow tip. A terrific plant, as bold in shape as it is subtle in its colors. Robust, neat with fat leaves. Slow to grow. Semi-fan apx. 3".$5.50
GASTERIA
This genus is easy to grow but not so easy to grow clean. Black spots seem to be its biggest problem. As this plant grows in mineral rich soils we tried adding minerals to its soil mix. To a large extent this has solved the problem. These plants do almost all their growing from Fall to Spring. Light shading and less water (but no dry pot) works well in Summer. A very good book for excellent information and pictures is "Gasterias of South Africa" by E. J. van Jaarsvild.
ARMSTRONGIITrue plant produced by offset from F/C plants, not hybrid seedlings. Certainly the nicest, and also the slowest Gasteria in the World! Super nice 10 year old plants. 3" fans 1" wide leaves.$7.00
ELLAPHIEHandsome plant with thick, pointed leaves covered with small, irregular, white spots. Nice 4"-5" plants.$6.00
GLOMERATABeautiful monocolored, icy-pale-green leaves with a textured surface. Name means compact. This plant grows in the shade on rocky cliffs near Kongadan, Cape Province, South Africa. Nice 4" offsetting plants.$6.00
NITIDA SEMI-VARIEGATE "GREYLING"Very small growing plant. The leaves are about 1" wide and have a nice pattern in two shades of grey. 2"-3" plants.$5.00
RAWLINSONIIA very unusual plant from South Africa. It grows in a stiff stack of monocolored, soft green leaves. These plants have 4-5 ranks of leaves and are 5" tall x 4" wide. Handsome plants.$7.50
VLOKII Clone 1Hefty plant with thick, keeled leaves. Green in shade but a unique pink/purple/grey in strong light. The leaves have lots of small white speckles. The flower is a good shade of orange. These plants were propagated from Kirstenboch Botanical Garden seed. 5" plants.$9.00
HAWORTHIA
Great group of mostly easy to grow plants. Stays small, grows mostly in fall to spring, dormant in summer so give some shade and light watering to keep turgid. There are about 5 books available. There are many differences in the authors' opinions. Pilbeam's book has the best pictures and the clearest explanations about the differences.
"CHOCOLATE" cv.A retusa cultivar with chubby reflexed leaves. The faces are rough with dots of various colors. The plant is a yummy chocolate brown color. Nice 3" plants.$7.00
COOPERIPale green, round chubby leaves with a hair at the center point. Nice 3" plants.$6.00
GLAUCATall growing plant. Beautiful windowless blue leaves overlap so it looks like a blue fox tail. 3"-4" offsetting.$4.50
"HAYASHI" cv.This beautiful plant looks like it is carved from waxy black soap! Very, very smooth, sharply pointed leaves form a "fountain" shaped plant. Full grown at about 6" diameter. Very nice 3"-4" rosettes.$6.00
cv "KEGANI"Pretty little plant similar to H. Pygmaea v. crystellina but with longer papilla on the face. Prized by Japanese collectors for its small size, shape and beauty. Full grown 2"-3" plants.$9.00
KOELMANIORUMSelected clone with long, pointed leaves that are bronze-burgundy in color. The leaf surface is covered with various sized burgundy "beads". Propagated from plants F/C in the Groblersdal District in the Transvaal. Super beautiful 3"-4".$9.50
MAGNIFICA var. MAJOR (F&G 83-174)Selected colorful clone propagated from material colleced at Muiskaol, South Africa. Flat, triangular "faces" flush pink. Full grown 3"-4" plants.$10.00
MAUGHANI X TURGIDANeat hybrid with rhomboid leaf tips. Just what you would expect from the union of these two! Nice 2" plants.$5.00
MIRABILIS var. RUBRODENTATA(Original plant collected by J. W. Dodson #583). Distinct form with very long narrow leaves, clear "windows" with very few lines. "Teeth" will turn red in good light. 2"-3".$5.00
RETUSA var. ACUMINATA VARIEGATE"White Ghost" is a fitting common name. The top of the pointed leaves are a ghostly white over a translucent green background. Full size 3" plants.$5.00
TRUNCATA fma. CRASSAThis is the bold, large, dark, thick leaved form everyone finds exciting. The BEST form of truncata with leaves about 1" wide in "fans" apx. 3"-4" across. Super!$12.50
TRUNCATA cf. "LIME GREEN"Unusual very light, lime green plant with rough face. Just glows as if it has an interior light. Makes a 4" fan with 1" wide leaves. 3"+ fans, some offsetting.$7.00
TRUNCATA hybrid "SIZUNAMI"Very interesting plant with a very rough, faceted face and dark color. 3".$5.00
XIPHIOPHYLLAEasy to grow plant with long, soft, white teeth along edge of leaf. Apx. 3".$4.00
ZANTERIANARare small growing plant, seldom over 2" in diameter. Sharply pointed leaves have a bicolored green pattern on the "faces". 2" mature plants.$8.00
JATROPHA
CAPENSISThis handsome African plant has a swollen trunk and soft green, lance-like leaves. Seed grown with 1"+ wide trunk. Well branched 8 year old plants. Trimmed to 10". LIMITED.$10.00
GRANDICARPAThick stem topped with 4", 3 lobed, flat leaves. Interesting orange flowers. Makes a stout bush about 5 feet tall. 8"-9" plants.$7.50
McVAUGHEYBeautiful species from Mexico with a thick trunk. Soft furry leaves, bunches of furry white flowers. The Best! 6"+ seed grown.$6.00
MULTIFIDAForms interesting many branched bush with strange red flowers. 4" leaves are so deeply cut they look like green lace. 7"-8" seedings.$5.50
KALANCHOE
KALANCHOE TOMENTOSA CULTIVARSThree different color cultivars from Madagascar, originally collected by Prof. Rauh. The lance shaped leaves are covered with a fuzz-like fur.
"GINGER" cv. Pale grey with red/black markings on leaf. 7" well branched plants.$6.00
"GOLDEN GIRL" cv. Gold with black markings on leaf. 6" well branched plants$7.00
"SUPER FUZZY" cv. Long silver-grey "fur". Twice the size of normal form. 6"-7" branched plants.$7.00
MONADENIUM
ELLENBECKII (sometimes listed as Euphorbia ellenbeckii)Neat round stems with an incised pattern in bright green. Branches nicely. Nice 4"-6" plants (mostly branched).$5.50
OPERCULACARIA
DECARYIFascinating tree from Madagascar. Forms a knobby trunk. The tiny leaves are shiny bronze/green. Great for bonsai. Young plants starting to form knobby trunk. Trimmed at 8"-10".$13.50
OXALIS
RUBRARead on! I wish this plant would seed all over. It grows from an above ground caudex that looks like a stack of shaggy marbles. Soft green, clover-like leaves and bright pink flowers. Winter grower. If/when it goes dormant give plant some shade. Neat plants.$5.00
PACHYCORMUS
DISCOLORA marvelous "Elephant Tree" from Baja California. Makes a very nice trunk-caudex with Bonsai-like branching. 6 year old seed grown with apx. 1" caudex-base. Trimmed to 8"-9". LIMITED$14.50
PACHYPODIUM
These plants grow stout and fat if the soil is NOT rich and you don't use fertilizer. Extra grit (small gravel) mixed in the soil helps the excess water drain out faster. If underpotted when young will also produce thicker, fatter stems. Water well when in leaf or flower, a little less when (and if) they are dormant. Lightly squeeze body with fingers - if soft, not enough water. Should be firm all year long. Keep above 500F.
GEAYIHandsome plant with long, dark green leaves with a pink mid rib and veins at the top of the spiny, fat trunk. Chubby 6"-7" plants.$6.00
LAMEREINarrower leaves than the variety. Lots of white flowers. Easy to grow. 6"-8" plants.$6.00
LEALII SAUNDERSII6" chubby seedlings.$5.00
PELARGONIUM
Easy to grow if "bush" type, takes a little practice if underground tuber type. Winter grower but will grow all year long if watered. Protect from heat in summer and cold in winter.
ALTERNANS Selected cloneUnlike the normal clone, this plant has fine, short hairs all over the leaves. Good for bonsai as it has a woody stem and branches. Flower is white. Nicely branched 6"-8" plants. $7.00
CARNOSUMSuper nice deep cut leaves, green, edged with silver-white. Nice plump, RC. $5.00
ECHINATUMSoft, petticoat leaves and flowers that are at first white and then turn pink. Nice 6" rooted cuts.$5.00
HIRTUMInteresting plant with a stem topped with bright green ostrich plume leaves. Flowers are a solid lilac-pink with two purple spots. Nice 4"-6" plants.$5.00
TRISTEThis plant forms a caudex-root and has fantastic hairy, fuzzy, carrotlike leaves. Slow but interesting. Nice plants with tuber roots.$15.50
sp. (FKH 16881)Frank Horwood collected this near Steinkope, South Africa. It grows from strange potato-like tubers and soon produces a stem with very pretty, red flushed, fuzzy leaves. Flowers are a pretty lilac-pink with red spots on upper petals. Check soil carefully for new tubers when re-potting. Nice plants with tuber.$8.00
PORTULACARIA
AFRA VARIEGATEThis gaudy colored plant has deep red stems and cream and green variegated leaves. Procumbant form, easy to grow. Good for Bonsai. 6"-7" well branched.$5.50
RAEBIA
DIFORMISInteresting Mesemb with sharply pointed, keeled leaves with small dots of dark green on a lighter green surface. Flowers are a brassy yellow. These multiheaded (3-5) plants are 2"-3" across.$5.50
RAPHIONACME
FLANAGANIIThis Asclepiad forms a smooth caudex which produces a brown woody vine with 4" velvet soft leaves. Nice chubby root caudex apx. 2"-3" wide by 3"-4" long.$10.50
RAUHIA
PERUVIANASeed from plants collected by Rauh (#24223) in Pucairia, Peru. The bulb-caudex produces a pair of thick, tongue like leaves. When mature these leaves are 6" wide and 12" long. A tall stem with a umbel of 3" long, blue-green flowers will appear after the winter dormant period. Nice seed grown with apx. 6" leaves and 1"-2" bulb.$8.50
SANSEVIERIA
Very satisfying plant to grow. As a rule of thumb - if you can bend tip of leaf easily it likes more shade. If tip is stiff - it likes more light. Always looks better if not in full sun. Dormant from September to April or May. Water well when growing, about the amount when dormant. Great house plant.
"BANTEL'S SENSATION"Long, narrow leaves, grey-green with many bright, white stripes. Nice plants.$7.50
CANALICULATA Stiff, curved, round, single leaf per plant. Shallow channel. Very slow to grow. From Madagascar. Apx. 10".$8.00
CANALICULATA DWARFThis plant from Madagascar is half the size of the regular plant in both length and diameter. It has only one, single, cylindrical leaf per plant but offsets well.$7.50
FRANCISII FKH 432From Garsen, Kenya. Forms 5 vertical rows of overlapping round, very pointed leaves when adult. An odd form somewhat like a raccoon tail. 4"-6" plants.$7.00
cv. "FROSTY SPEARS"Pale grey/green and white. This is a real beauty. It will spiral like a helix when it gets older. Nice 6"-7" plants.$10.00
cv. "GOLDEN HAHNII"Flat, wide leaved rosette with a thin center stripe in green and wide edge stripes in bright yellow. Colorful 5"-6" full rosettes.$6.00
"GRAY LADY" GC81032Lovely gray color, banded gray in the center. Multiheaded plants.$7.50
MASONII (MASON/CONGO GC 78133)Fabulous mottled bluish color. Can make leaves 9" wide, 30" high! Nice plant 8"-10".$10.50
PATENSThick, ridged leaves form a "fan" of curved graceful leaves. We think it is one of the most beautiful of all the genus! Plants are a 6" "fan".$9.00
PINGUICULA LAV 12240These are propagated from plants collected by John Lavranos in Socotra. Stiffer and more compact than the African form. These plants are 7"-8" tall loose rosettes.$16.50 each plus $3.50 large plant charge
SCHWEINFURTHII GC78210Leaves are very dark green and tapered round. The sculptured form is beautiful. The plant grows in an "S" shape rather than the normal rosette. Super 16"-18" plants. LIMITED.$16.50
SINGULARIS GC78124A plant that varies with age. It has flat, short, thick, dark leaves when young. Slowly the leaves lengthen and become thinner with a narrow channel. Finally the leaves are round with a tiny channel. Multi-branched plant.$9.50
SUFFRACTICOSASharply pointed round leaves banded in green and white. The plant sends out "satellites" so is best grown in a hanging pot. Nice 4" plants.$5.50
sp. GC81069 "BASEBALL BAT"(Now S. hallii from Zimbabwe). There is no known Sansevieria like it. A plant has one or two broad channeled leaves, ridged on the face. The channel is the same width as the leaf! The adult leaf is 2"+ wide, up to 12" long and 1"+ thick!!! And it is as hard as a rock! We fondly call it the "Baseball Bat". This plant belongs in every collection. Nice plants with one or two 6"-8" leaves.$10.00
sp. LAV 23154Propagated from material collected near Mog, Somailia byJohn Lavranos. Hard, fat, very sharply pointed leaves form a stiff fan. Young 6" plants.$16.50
sp. LOBAL, KENYAPropagated from material found near Lake Baringo, Lobal, Kenya. Deep green leaves form a fountain-like rosette. 6"-8" rosettes. LIMITED.$6.00
SARCOCAULON
VANDERIETAEThis plant forms a flat topped, many branched small bush. The large flower is a pretty lilac color and looks like it's made of crepe paper. Nice branched 4" plants.$12.50
SEDUM
FURFURACEUSSmall, slow growing and interesting plant from the pine forest in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. The thick, lateral stems bear short branches of dense, fat, purplish " leaves flecked with white wax. Star shaped pink flower. Can be grown as a hanging plant or trained into a Bonsai shape. Chunky 5" well branched plants.$5.00
SENECIO
HAWORTHII "Cass Form"This form is bigger, whiter and more dramatic than the normal form. The felted leaves have a small ridge on each side instead of being round. It is handsome! 6".$6.50
SCAPOSUSTranslucent silver-white, round leaves form a neat rosette. Nice 3"-4" plants.$5.50
SINNINGIA
TUBIFLORAStrange plant with irregularly shaped "biscuit" like caudex. Stiff stem has lovely 1" x 4" soft, furry leaves. The many tube shaped flowers are white. Nice 1"-2" caudex.$5.00
TITANOPSIS
HUGO-SCHLECHTERIColorful Mesemb. with honey brown knobs on the edge of pink/grey leaves. Nice 2" multi-headed plants.$6.00
TRICHODIADEMA
BULBOSUMThese plants with their pink flowers, tiny leaves, and big caudex root are always a favorite. The caudex on this 4 year old plant is apx. 1" wide. Very nice.$7.00
TROCHOMERIA
DEBILISThis member of the Cucumber family has a smooth, twisted caudex and lace like leaves on a clambering vine. Yellow-orange fruit. Neat 6 year old plants with 2"-3" wide. apx. 4" tall caudex.$11.50

WHAT IS A "SUPER CLONE"

A clone is a single plant grown from a single seed. Every plant grown from a seed is an individual clone. Like people, one in a thousand plants is so different and beautiful it stands out from all the rest. It is not a hybrid. It is propagated by cuttings so none of the unique characteristics are lost. Every cutting is genetically identical to the clone it is cut from. So, to set apart these very special plants we call them "Super Clone".

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