Cactus and Succulents - Full Sun

Agave toumeyana

Filiferous leaf edges, dense clumps of 12-15″ rosettes.

Agave utahensis

Mojave native, to 18″d.; Narrow grey-green leaves, toothy margins

Agave weberi

Large rosettes to 6′; bright purple in full heat/sun. Variable

Agave weberi v. reineri

A. “Reiner’s Select”

Large rosettes to 6′; broad grey-green leaves, nearly spineless

Agave x leopoldii

A. filifera x A. schidigera

Clusters of 18″ rosettes formed of dense clumps of filiferous leaves.

Agave “Filigree”

Tight rosettes of dark green leaves with wild brown marginal spines and aggressive terminal spines.

Agonis flexuosa “Burgundy”

Evergreen Tree

Arching, weeping habit. Great for coastal locations. Stunning burgundy leaves and clusters of white flowers.

Albuca “Augrabies Hills”

A. polyphylla “Augrabies Hills”

Winter-growing bulb with narrow, feathery deciduous leaves, long bloom stalks.

Albuca namaquensis

Winter-growing bulb with deciduous curly leaves and tall bloom stalks

Albuca spiralis

Rare bulb with curly leaves. In habitat the bulb remains below ground. Generally hardy, but keep dry. Will get 8″ tall. Cute green-yellow classic Hyacinth-like flowers. Early spring flowers are replaced by the corkscrew leaves in summer. Very good draining soils.

Alluaudia procera

The Madagascar Ocotillo; shrubby,with great thick leaves. Deciduous.

Aloe “Brown-Powys 21”

Broad, spotted, green leaves turn rust red in full sun. Orange blooms in spring. Will get about 12″ across, and form larger clusters.

Aloe “California”

Lightly spotted blue-green leaves develop on sprawling stems that form dense clumps of upright, toothy rosettes. Tubular orange blooms attract hummingbirds in Winter and Spring.

Aloe “Coral Fire”

Hybrid, 1 to 2 foot clusters of 8″ rosettes have bright coral-colored teeth that grow darker with age. Orange flowers in winter.