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  • Eriosyce cachytayensis

    Small black barrel with long black spines; tuberous root. Unknown origins, may be a hybrid or subspecies of Eriosyce taltalensis. Keep dry in winter.

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  • Aloe “White Fox”

    A. rauhii “White Fox”

    Small spotted aloe with stemless rosettes, green-spotted white leaves with pink edges in full sun, to 6″ across.

     

     

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  • Osteospermum “Bright Lights White”

    (Cape Daisy)

    Evergreen perennial

    Bright white flowers with yellow centers. Great for cut flowers. Blooms spring through fall.

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  • Mangave “Pineapple Express”

    Agave x Manfreda hybrid, PP28613

    Deep green waxy leaves with dark purple spotting makes this plant pop! More upright than other Mangave varieties, this plant makes a big statement in small areas. Pups over time. Deer resistant.

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  • Agave “Desert Diamond”

    (Dwarf Butterfly Agave)

    PP26384
    A. potatorum “Desert Diamond”

    Dwarf variegated agave with white markings and prominent red terminal spines. Stays small, few pups, to 18″ across. Slower growing, more vibrant and wider leaves than its parent plant, “Kichiokan Marginata”

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  • Sedeveria “Hummelii”

    Sedum x Echeveria

    Small blue rosettes with red-tipped oblong leaves and sprays of yellow flowers.

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  • Sedeveria “Blue”

    Intergenic Hybrid. Thick blue leaves, rosettes to 8″

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  • Matucana madisoniorum

    Stems flattened globose to 6″. Thought to be ethnobotanical. Orange-red funnel-shaped flowers. Endangered in habitat. Sometimes spineless.

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  • Cereus fa. monstrose “Ming Thing”

    (Ming Thing)

    C. validus fa. monstrose “Ming Thing”

    A blue cactus with short and lumpy monstrose growth, to 12″ tall. Do not overwater, it is slow growing and likes to be dry.

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  • Peperomia columella

    (Columnar Peperomia)

    Small columns of densely packed window-edged green leaves. Snake-like flower shoots grow from the tops of the columnar stems.

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  • Sansevieria hallii “Baseball Bat”

    (Snake Plant)

    Thick wide-open splayed blue-green leaves with thin red edges.. Stemless, grows from rhuizomes, will grow 3-4ft.

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  • Sansevieria patens

    (Snake Plant)

    Thick spear-shaped ribbed green leaves. A compact snake plant makes a great low water houseplant, moderate to bright light. Underground 1″ rhizomes.

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  • Sempervivum “Pacific Blue Ice”

    (Hen & Chicks, Houseleek)

    Brightly colored hybrid alpine hens-and-chicks succulent

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  • Ceropegia woodii

    Vines to 2ft, heart-shaped succulent leaves; Moist in summer, dry in winter

     

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  • Boophone haemanthoides

    Boophane haemanthoides

    Winter-growing geophytic bulb to 20″. Large strappy green leaves with wavy edges. Amaryllis family. New leaves appear in fall and die back in spring. Summer dormant.

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  • Sansevieria “Boncel”

    S. cylindrica v. patula “Boncel”

    Tight fans of thick spear-shaped green and white leaves. A compact snake plant makes a great low water houseplant, moderate to bright light.

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  • Crassula “Springtime”

    (Jade Necklace)

    C. rupestris “Springtime”

    Thick-leaved cultivar to 12″ with pink flower sprays in late winter/early spring.

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  • Espostoa guentheri

    (Cola de Zorro)

    Vertical columns, whitish to yellow spines, to 8ft tall. When mature will form a reddish cephalium with cream colored flowers.

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  • Rhaphidophora tetrasperma

    (Mini Monstera)

    Great Houseplant that will stay compact, can trail down from a hanging planter. Deeply lobed green leaves. Water weekly, but occasional misting to help prevent browning leaves.

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  • Parodia concinna ssp. agnetae

    (Sun Cup)

    Solitary, to 4″ high. Yellow flowers.

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  • Parodia chrysacanthion

    (Golden Powder Puff)

    Small white Ball Cactus with yellow flowers. Can handle frost but only if perfectly dry.

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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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  • Sedum lucidum

    (Fat-Leafed Stonecrop)

    Round fat leaves in compact rosettes on short stems. Red edged in sun. White flowers with red centers. Will grow along the ground, scrambling over rocks, trailing over walls and rooting as it goes.

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  • Agave ferdinandi-regis

    (King of the Agaves)

    A. nickelsiae

    Large thick green leaves with striking white markings. Aggresive thick black terminal spines. Upright habit, to 18″.

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