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  • Calathea roseopicta “Dottie”

    Goeppertia roseopicta

    Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water. Occasionally mist the leaves.

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  • Aloe bakeri hybrid

    (Hybrid Spider Aloe)

    Small, shrubby, spidery arms, shade tolerant. Wider leaves than the species, denser rosettes somewhat more flat/rosette-like.

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  • Crassula brevifolia

    (Rockslab Crassula)

    Readily branching, very low growing sub-shrub. Small succulent paired leaves, will get a red edge in full sun.

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  • Lewisia cotyledon “Elise”


    Fast-draining rocky soils, varied colorful bloom sprays held high on bloom stalks. Low flat green leaves. Underground tuber. Deadhead spent flowers to prevent plant from going to seed, will rebloom most of the year.

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  • Pilosocereus pachycladus


    P. azureus

    Tree-like to 30+ft. tall; glaucous stems, golden spines.

    Stunning waxy blue cactus with golden spines and wool along the ribs. Can be grown outside during the summer but should be kept inside, or dry under an overhang for the winter in the Bay Area.

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  • Pachycereus schottii fa. monstrosus spiralis

    (Spiral Totem Pole Cactus)

    Lophocereus schottii fa. monstrose spiral

    Spiraling form of stunning lumpy and spineless vertical cactus. Very slow growing, full sun.

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  • Sansevieria francisii

    (Snake Plant)

    Rare; erect, oval leaves tightly grouped on long stems with visible stolons.

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  • Tephrocactus geometricus

    Tephrocactus alexanderi ssp. geometricus

    Stunning globular stems stacked up, will break off and roll with few recumbent spines. Ivory white flowers. Very arid, can handle extreme desert and blazing hot direct sun.

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  • Tacinga saxatilis

    Opuntia saxatilis

    Medium prickly pear, sprawls to 3ft, long white soft spines. Bright yellow flowers. Native to Subtropical dry forests.

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  • Astrophytum asterias “Super Kabuto”

    (Star Cactus)

    Small, solitary, globose. Rare cultivar of Texas’ Star Cactus. Patterning varies, sometimes completely covering the dark green ribs. Yellow Flowers. Less water in winter. Do not over-water or over-fertilize.


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  • Albuca osmynella

    Family: Hyacinthaceae

    Small bulb with narrow feathery semi-deciduous leaves. Produces long bloom stalks with yellow tipped whiteish-green flowers in the spring.

    This plant seems to grow all year around, however, it is most active in winter. Can be watered every other week throughout the year, however it can handle going completely dormant throughout the summer. Plants do well outside in pots, or in a landscape with highly inorganic, well draining soil.


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  • Oxalis palmifrons

    (Palm-Leaf Shamrock)

    Winter growing bulb with light pink flowers. Amazing palmate leaves. Will go dormant in the summer heat.

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  • Euphorbia flanaganii

    (Medusa's Head)

    Large green rosettes with a profusion of narrow fingers. Forms large clusters. Sulfur yellow blooms on the tips.

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  • Haworthia cooperi v. truncata

    Small 3″ rosettes, round-tipped leaves, blue-green with windowed tops. They prefer very bright light, but little direct sun. Forms tight clusters.

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  • Alocasia “African Mask”

    (Green Velvet Alocasia)

    A. “Polly”

    Large arrow-shaped leaves to 18″, dark and glossy green, wavy-edged and prominent white veins. Likes warm and humid. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate water, some humidity.

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  • Aloe “DZ”

    Hybrid Aloe with thick prominent spots. Small clumping hybrid to 12″ w/serrated pink edges. One of the Fantasy Aloe hybrids from the Huntington Gardens.

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  • Agave “White Rhino”

    (Baker's White Queen Agave)

    Agave victoria-reginae “Albomarginata”

    Small with intense white-striped variegated leaves, compact 12″ rosettes; slow growing.

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  • Pachypodium namaquanum

    Single stem, rarely branched, very slow to 10ft.

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  • Echeveria “Maruba Benitsukasa”

    E. nodulosa “Maruba Benitsukasa”

    Subshrub. Colorful red-lined leaves with small caruncles.

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