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    4 inch Oscularia deltoides

    4 inch Oscularia deltoides
    Pink Iceplant, Deltoid-Leaved Dewplant

    Get a unique creeping groundcover succulent with cute magenta flowers!

     

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    Tokidoki Strawberry Matcha Unicorno

    Tokidoki Strawberry Matcha Unicorno
    You get a collectible toy!

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    Tokidoki Veggie Special Edition Unicorno – Daikon

    Tokidoki Veggie Special Edition Unicorno – Daikon

    You get a collectible toy!

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    Tokidoki Botanical Unicorno Blind Box Toy

    Tokidoki Botanical Unicorno Blind Box Toy
    You get a Blind Box toy – Collect them all!

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    Tokidoki Fairy Unicorno Blind Box Toy

    Tokidoki Fairy Unicorno Blind Box Toy

    You get a Blind Box toy – Collect them all!

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    5g Protea Pink Ice

    5g Protea Pink Ice

    Get an amazing flowering shrub!

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    1g Romneya coulteri – Matilija Poppy

    1g Romneya coulteri
    Matilija Poppy
    Fried Egg Flower

    Get a beautiful California native shrub

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    6 inch Nepenthes Rebecca Soper

    6 inch Nepenthes Rebecca Soper
    Tropical Pitcher Plant

    Nepenthes Rebecca Soper is a medium-sized, robust tropical pitcher plant hybrid with dark purple pitchers and a speckled red inner tube. It is a cross between N. ventricosa and N. gracillima, two highland species from the Philippines. The pitchers are known for their ability to catch large insects like wasps and yellowjackets. Nepenthes Rebecca Soper is considered a good beginner’s Nepenthes due to its hardiness and ease of care, making it a popular choice for those new to cultivating carnivorous plants.

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    6 inch Nepenthes Miranda

    6 inch Nepenthes Miranda
    Tropical Pitcher Plant

    Nepenthes ‘Miranda’ is a large, robust tropical pitcher plant hybrid known for its impressive size and striking appearance. It produces huge pitchers that can reach over 18 inches long with wide, ruffled wings and a narrow hood, liberally speckled with deep red spots on a green background. This vigorous grower is a complex hybrid, likely a cross between Nepenthes maxima, Nepenthes northiana, or a combination of the two species. Nepenthes ‘Miranda’ is relatively easy to grow, heat-tolerant, and suitable for beginners, making it a popular choice for indoor cultivation on windowsills or in sunrooms and greenhouses.

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    4 inch Stapelia scitula

    4 inch Stapelia scitula
    Starfish Flower

    Stapelia scitula, also known as the Starfish Flower, is a petite succulent native to southern Africa. Despite its small size, it packs a punch with its striking star-shaped flowers, which emit a foul odor reminiscent of rotting meat to attract pollinators. The flowers, typically around 1-2 inches in diameter, feature intricate patterns and colors ranging from deep maroon to yellow with reddish-brown markings. Stapelia scitula’s stems are slender and angular, adorned with soft spines along their edges. This low-maintenance succulent thrives in bright sunlight and well-draining soil, making it an ideal choice for enthusiasts seeking unique and intriguing plants for their collection.

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New Plants

  • Dorstenia foetida

    (Grendelion)

    16″ stems w/smooth green leaves, green irregular flowers w/explosive seed pods

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  • Leucadendron “Inca Gold”

    (Gold Conebush)

    Evergreen Shrub This dynamic, tough shrub is sought after for it’s density and heavy display of vibrant golden bracts in fall and red stems.  Flowers are great for cuttings and drying.

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  • Opuntia Walk in Beauty “Apricot Glory”

    Nearly spineless thick pads. Apricot to pink flowers are abundant in spring. Sprawls wide. Very cold hardy, reliable bloomer.

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  • Opuntia “Pinta Rita”

    (Beavertail Cactus)

    O. santa-rita “Pinta Rita” Intense purple and turquiose pads, purple-red flowers.

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  • Bursera fagaroides

    (Mexican Frankincense, Copal)

    Bonsai tree, large caudex w/fragrant sap and peeling bark. Can grow 5ft tall and lots of wild branches. Deciduous in winter.

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  • Mangave “Silver Fox”

    Agave x Manfreda Hybrid, PP29642 Thick arching blue green leaves freckled with purple spots. In full sun the leaves’ waxy coating will look silver, less pronounced with part sun. Great in containers. Deer resistant.

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  • Opuntia pycnantha

    (Prickly Pear)

    Shrubby to 18″ high x 18″ wide. Oblong pads are very spiny, brown spines with yellow glochids. Can spread wide, sprawling as it goes. Variable flowers, red, orange and yellow in spring.

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  • Agave “Cameron Blue”

    (Butterfly Agave)

    A. potatorum “Cameron Blue” Rosettes to 18″. Scalloped blue leaves with prominent reddish terminal spine. Moderate water, full sun.

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  • Opuntia macrocentra

    (Black Spined Prickly Pear)

    Black spines, 4-8″ long, purple pads, low spreading, populations vary.

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  • Selenicereus grandiflorus

    (Queen of the Night)

    Climbing stems, to 15ft long, narrow 1/2″ to 1″ across. Lots of bristly white to brown spines. Fragrant white and yellow flowers, one night each year. Said to have a vanilla fragrance.

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  • Mangave “Center of Attention”

    Agave x Manfreda hybrid, PP33630 Wide, flat leaves boast a stunning red stripe in full sun bordered by deep purple-green. Medium size makes it a great focal point in a small garden. Deer resistant.

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  • Aeonium “Velour”

    A. canariense x A. arboreum Family: Crassulaceae Medium Aeonium up to 3ft with Green and rich-reddish-brown rosettes Origin: This is a cultivar hybrid of A. canariense and A. “Schwarzkopf” originally produced by Jack Catlin in 1976, and distributed in the Huntington Garden’s 2000 issue of the International Succulent Introductions catalog (ISI-2000) Cultivation: Does well outdoors… Read more »

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  • Bletilla “Shi Ran”

    (Purple Hardy Orchid)

    B. striata “Shi Ran” Evergreen Orchid Clumps of large purple flowers atop the bloom stalks. Well drained soil, regular water during growing season.

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  • Sinocrassula yunnanensis

    (Chinese Jade)

    Small dark rosettes will form small clusters. Small rounded leaves. Bloom stalks appear above the rosettes, small white flowers. Very cold hardy, keep dry in winter. Grow best with moderate sun, can handle full sun or even light shade.

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  • Crassula alba var. pervisepala

    (Tiger Jade)

    Large triangular purple-spotted leaves. Red flowers in spring in large upright clusters.

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  • Haworthia retusa

    (Star Cactus)

    Slightly erect, clumping, stemless rosettes to 3″; Red in full sun

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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. Keep dry in winter.

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