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  • Mammillaria bocasana

    (Powder Puff Pincushion)

    Small multi-stemmed globose with variable flowers, some bristles

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  • Kalanchoe beharensis “Fang”

    (Felt Plant, Stalactite Plant)

    Possible K.beharensis X K.tomentosa hybrid

    Tall, branchy shrub can get 6ft tall. Large thick grey-brown fuzzy leaves with “fangs” on undersides.

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  • Aloe “Pepe”

    Dwarf hybrid with 2″ rosettes and toothy leaves that will turn bright red in full sun. Slow clumping, many blooms

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  • Euphorbia similiramea

    Red-grey spines, wildly branching and pendant green-blue stems.

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  • Scindapsus treubii “Moonlight”

    (Sterling Silver)

    Slow growing, vining houseplant can be trained up, trellised. Stunning silver sheen on the tops of the leaves as they mature. Do not overwater. 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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  • Sarracenia “Sweet Excellence”

    (Sweet Pitcher Plant)

    Perennial Carnivore

    Dense growth of lots of pitchers. Red/maroon along the tops of the pitchers with white spotted, ruffled hood. Named for the generous nectar around the mouth. Winter dormant.

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  • Calathea sanguinea

    (Prayer Plant)

    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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  • Mammillaria senilis

    (Snowball Cactus)

    6″ round stems with lots of very white spines, with longer hooked spines. Large red flowers.

     

     

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  • Mangave “Red Wing”

    Agave x Manfreda hybrid, PPAF

    Fantastic mid-size red hybrid that will make quite the statement in your garden! Long cupped leaves are deep red with some freckles in the full sun, green at the base if in a bit of shade. Deer resistant.

     

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  • Calathea orbifolia

    (Prayer Plant)

    Large round striped green leaves. 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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  • Crassula elegans ssp. namibensis

    (Elegant Crassula)

    Small succulent with woody base, short branches and round to ovate leaves. Bright orange in full sun.

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  • Ariocarpus retusus

    (Living Rock Cactus, Seven Stars, Chaute)

    Highly variable geophytic cactus, possibly through hybridizing. Slow-growing to 10″d. w/hairy center and summer blooms. Can take 10+ years for first flowers. Keep dry in winter.

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  • Philodendron hastatum

    (Silver Sword)

    Silver-green leaves, sword shaped. Climbing vines that can be trained. 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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  • Echinocereus reichenbachii

    (Black Lace Cactus)

    Cylindrical stems, variable spines; scented flowers

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  • Monolena primuliflora

    (Ant Plant)

    Large-leafed rare tropical epiphyte. Grown as a Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate water, high humidity. Occasionally mist the leaves. Will form a caudex, very slow growing. Red begonia-like flowers.

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  • Haworthia retusa fa. geraldii

    (Star Cactus)

    Slightly erect, recurved leaves with striped green and white leaves. Clumping, stemless rosettes to 3″; Red in full sun

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  • Peperomia asperula

    Windowed leaf edges. Small shrubs to 12″ tall, leaves have dull green bottoms and bright green tops, many vertical branches. Needs good air-circulation.

     

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  • Philodendron “Birkin”

    Non-vining. Stunning and wild, with cream variegations throughout the deep green leathery leaves. 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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  • Nepenthes “St. Gaya”

    (Tropical Pitcher Plant)

    N. khsiana x (ventricosa x maxima)

    Keep moist, but not wet. Mist occasionally.

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  • Crassula “Olana”

    (Red Carpet)

    C. radicans “Olana”

    Spreading groundcover to 6″. This Cactus Jungle cultivar has rounded fuzzy leaves, green with red edges. Leaves splay outward from the stems, almost forming rosettes.

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  • Corryocactus erectus

    (Red Hot Chili Poker)

    Clumping stems rise like fingers to 18″, topped with orange-red flowers. Flowers spring through summer. Great for filling in the landscape.

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  • Solanum pyracanthum

    (Porcupine Tomato)

    Evergreen shrub

    Wonderful orange spined leaves make this airy shrub glow in sunlight. Showy violet flowers and bright fruit add to the alien monster” appeal. Protect from hard frosts.

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  • Cotyledon orbiculata v. oblonga

    (Chalk Fingers)

    Shrub to 2′. Erect branches; geometric finger-like waxy leaves

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