Plants of the Month

  • Echeveria “Lipstick”

    E. agavoides “Lipstick”

    Stemless rosettes to 8″; dark green leaves with bright red tips, yellow or red flowers

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  • Pachypodium griquense

    Vertical branches above narrow caudex; white/pink blooms

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  • Cotyledon orbiculata “Silver Star”

    C. orbiculata “Silver Star”

    Thick stems, elongated round waxy leaves, white with red tips in full sun, green in shadier conditions. Shrubby growth habit.

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  • Osteospermum “Astra Purple Spoon”

    (Spoon Flower)

    Evergreen perennial

    Purple spoon flower daisy blooms are attractive to butterflies. Great for cut flowers. Blooms spring through fall.

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  • Echeveria moranii

    Small 6″ rosettes. Thick, cupped leaves edged in red.

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  • Parodia werneri

    Small globose stems, usually solitary, occassional clumps. Pink flowers. Thin spines flattened back along the stems. Chin-like ribs.

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  • Echeveria secunda “Blue Mist’ “

    (Blue Hens and Chicks)

    Pointy blue leaves, forms clumps of 10″ rosettes. Red and yellow flowers.

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  • Ceropegia stapeliiformis ssp. serpentina

    Practically bare stems will vine in all directions. Small leaves at nodes, hordes of stunning burgundy upright hairy flowers.

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  • Rebutia kupperiana

    Mini barrels to 3-4″; dark stems, many long spines; red blooms.

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  • Aloe perrieri

    Rare grass aloe, tapering leaves with small white spots. Red blooms are pendant on a wide-ranging bloom stalk.

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  • Echeveria “Pollux”

    Silvery grey rosettes with a hint of purple blush in the sun. Wide leaves.

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  • Mammillaria geminispina

    (Twin Spined Cactus)

    Large clumps of 3″d. x 7-8″ long stems.

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  • Verbena “Lollipop”

    (Dwarf Verbena)

    V. bonariensis “Lollipop”
    Upright Perennial

    Stunning dwarf airy vertical stems topped with purple flowers mid summer work well mixed in with mounding perennials like Salvia, or poking out from a low growing Prickly Pear.

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  • Dioscorea mexicana

    (Elephant's Foot)

    D. macrostachya

    Slowly over decades develops a large caudex, covered in woody scales. Produces long deciduous vines, pendant bloom spikes.

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