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  • Cylindropuntia fulgida v. mammillata fa. monstrose

    (Boxing Glove Cholla)

    This monstrose form will often also form crests. Prone to rot if wet and cold.

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  • Aloe haworthioides

    Tiny with toothy leaves, slow clumping, many blooms

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  • Echeveria “Beauty”

    Stemless rosettes to 8″; green with red tips, slightly rounded leaves with sharp point at tip. Tight growth habit in full sun, more open in less.

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  • Euphorbia similiramea

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

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  • Mangave “Lavender Lady”

    Manfreda x Agave intergenic hybrid
    Mangave Bloodspot (Agave macroacantha x Manfreda maculosa) x Agave attenuata

    Soft lightly spotted silvery-lavender leaves with a moderate terminal spine. Rosettes to 20″ wide.

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  • Stenocactus “Palmillas”

    (Brain Cactus)

    S. crispatus “Palmillas”
    Echinofossulocactus palmillas

    Small cactus with wavy ribs.

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  • Raphionacme flanaganii

    Deciduous, tuberous rooted vine to 3’h.; expose caudex as it grows. Tiny yellow flowers.

     

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  • Agave “Black Widow”

    A. schidigera “Black Widow”

    Variegated leaves with strong central stripe and white painted lines. Stemless rosettes to 24″ w/hairy leaf margins, possibly an A. filifera subspecies/cultivar.

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  • Echeveria lilacina

    (Ghost Hens and Chicks)

    Small purplish rosettes to 6″. Slow growing, tight symmetrical rosettes. Round leaves with small pointed tips. Red flowers in spring.

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  • Pachyveria “Draco”

    Pachyphytum x Echeveria

    Thick rounded blue-green leaves with purplish-brown edges in full sun.

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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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  • Haworthia “Moon Shadow”

    H. “Tsukikage”
    H. bayeri cv or H. bayeri x H. comptoniana hybrid

    Dark green leaves, windowing on top has a partial white pattern of variegation. Flattened rosettes.

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  • Haworthia cooperi “OB1”

    Small rosettes, round-tipped leaves, striking blue color with dark markings and rounded windowed tops. They prefer very bright light, but little direct sun. Forms tight clusters.

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  • Euphorbia obesa

    (Baseball Plant)

    Small round striped plants. Will grow eventually to 12″ tall. Keep very dry, especially in winter.

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  • Peperomia verschaffeltii

    (Dwarf Watermelon Plant)

    Silver and green patterning. Can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, some direct sun. Fast draining soil, not too much water. Low growing, good in hanging baskets.

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  • Calathea lancifolia

    (Rattlesnake Plant)

    Narrow green leaves with spotted patterning. 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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  • Mangave “Bloodspot”

    Agave x Manfreda

    Distinctive spotted compact rosette. Maroon colored fine-toothed leaf margins. Japanese hybrid.

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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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  • 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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  • Mammillaria muehlenpfordtii

    M. celsiana

    Usually solitary, globose to 6″. Variable spines. Carmine red flowers.

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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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