Cactus and Succulents - Every 3 Week

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.

Sansevieria patens

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

Sclerocactus scheeri

Ancistrocactus scheeri

Solitary, 4″d. x 6″tall. Green flowers, hooked spines. Tuberous roots.

Stetsonia coryne

Tall columnar to 26ft.; branchy with long spines; night blooms

Tacinga inamoena

Charming Opuntia relative with small oblong pads that are spineless and edible. Variable flowers of red and orange in spring.

Tacinga saxatilis

Opuntia saxatilis

Medium prickly pear, sprawls to 3ft, long white soft spines

Tephrocactus geometricus f. inermis

Stunning globular stems stacked up, will break off and roll with few recumbent spines. Ivory white flowers. very arid, can handle extreme desert.

 

Thelocactus bicolor

Usually solitary, stems can get 15″ high x 6″ around. Magenta flowers fade to white towards the center, and then get very dark below.

Tunilla soehrensii

Low growing, stems flattened crescents, long spines. Seeds used for red dye.

Weberbauerocereus johnsonii

Golden spined column, slow growing, eventualy treelike to 20ft., usually branching above 6ft. White tubular flowers.